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SkillsUSA NM Chapter Funding Information & Request Form

SkillsUSA NM will be disbursing $33,928 (total) to our chapters across the state. Deadline to apply: January 27. You will receive a response from us regarding funding by February 3. Please apply online using this form: SkillsUSA NM Chapter Funding Information and Request Form and complete the SkillsUSA NM – Budget Request Form template (submit through online application or email to [email protected]).

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SkillsUSA students and advisors can download official SkillsUSA brand resources from the SkillsUSA Brand Center. Here, you will find high quality state and national logos, framework displays  as well as other resources such as letterhead, business cards, and more.

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How does Career and Technical Education provide students with a solid foundation in academics, hands-on experiences, and prepare them for the world of work?

National Leadership and Skills Conference showcases more than 6,000 outstanding state contest winners through hands-on competitions in over 100 different trade, technical, and leadership fields.

New Mexico Public Education Department: Career and Technical Education

New Mexico CTE Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment

The Data Proves It: Technical Education Students Can Earn More than Others

A new white paper, “Preparing our Students for Career Success — What Parents Should Know,” is now available. It’s written by Douglas Young, managing partner of independent consulting firm Wilcap LLC, and prepared for Universal Technical Institute. Examining the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard and U.S. labor-market trends, the paper provides insights to parents and prospective students on which educational paths will lead to well-paying jobs. It recommends that parents and students adopt an “occupation-driven” approach to education to improve post-graduation outcomes.

The analysis finds that students who choose an industry-aligned, quality postsecondary technical education can go on to earn more, on average, over the long term than their peers at some of the nation’s most selective liberal-arts universities. Career and technical students are better insulated from job losses driven by workforce automation, a growing factor affecting the labor market, according to Young.

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