Arizona skills usa

PHYSICAL ADDRESS

3300 N. Central Ave | 18th Floor | Phoenix, AZ | 85012

MAILING ADDRESS

1535 W. Jefferson Street | Phoenix, AZ | 85007

PHONE NUMBERS

Phone| 602-542-5565
Fax | 602-903-7225

FINANCE OFFICE

P.O. Box 1440 | Owassa, OK| 774055
Phone| 602-892-4773|

Arizona Department of Education


Cathie Raymond, Deputy Associate Superintendent
602-542-5282

Julie Ellis, Director, Career and Technical Student Organizations

602-542-5350

Cindy Gutierrez, Director, Program Services
602-542-5282

 

Bruce Watkins, Program Specialist Agriculture, Fire Service, Law
602-364-1643

 

Tracy Rexroat, Program Specialist Engineering Sciences, Industrial Technologies
602-364-0322

 

Jamie Miller, Program Specialist Industrial Trades Education
602-542-5515

 

Elena Sobampo, Program Specialist Business, Marketing, and Media
602-542-5049

 

Jason Wojcik, Program Specialist, Public Service Careers, Transportation Technologies

602-542-5138

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STEPS TO START YOUR SKILLSUSA YEAR

Want to ensure a great start to your school year? One that will engage students in program opportunities that will increase their technical, workplace and personal skills? SkillsUSA programs are integral to the career and technical education classroom and lab.

It is the perfect fit to support you academically and provide students with leadership opportunities. The following steps will ensure that you successfully start the school year and engage students in leading the chapter.

Want more info on the steps to starting your SkillsUSA year? Check out your Membership Kit. Need a kit? Email our office.

  1. Secure SUPPORT from your school administration

  2. CONNECT to your state director and state office

  3. INCORPORATE SkillsUSA into your syllabus, and include Membership Form, Parent Letter and SkillsUSA Brochure that showcases the value of SkillsUSA for students

  4. Create excitement and AWARENESS by showing students the SkillsUSA kickoff videos

  5. Select your first MEETING date, and advertise the meeting

  6. Hold officer ELECTIONS, select committee chairs and dive into the Program of Work

  7. Introduce SkillsUSA Points for Professional Development and Leadership to earn RECOGNITION

  8. Display the SkillsUSA THEME poster, Educated and Skilled to Lead America

  9. Display the SkillsUSA PROGRAM poster that includes all of the exciting ways in which students can get involved in SkillsUSA

  10. SHOW the SkillsUSA membership PowerPoint presentations during an open house

  11. INCLUDE administrators in your early chapter success

  12. REGISTER yourself and your students as members of SkillsUSA