Washington leadership training Institute

September 18-22, 2021
Washington D.C

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Event Description

Registration Open: TBD
Registration Fee: TBD per Attendee (will be based on flights and hotels)
How to Register: TBD
Purchase Order (P.O.) Guide: TBD
Conference Flyer: TBD

Conference Date: September 18-22, 2021
Conference Agenda: Download (TENTATIVE)
Conference Location: Washington D.C.

National SkillsUSA is continuing to monitor live event protocols due to Covid-19, event subject to change, check back for updates! SkillsUSA offers advanced training for students and advisors that focuses on professionalism, communication, and leadership skills. This training is held in Washington, D.C. and allows its members the opportunity to share their SkillsUSA and career and technical education experiences with elected officials.

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Advisor Sessions
Like students, advisors will have opportunities to learn how to be change agents for career and technical education. Sessions for advisors will inspire advisors to lead the change process in their schools and districts, develop strategies to gain support for education issues, motivate supporters and learn from those who take risks.

WLTI Statesman Award
The coveted WLTI Statesman Award is presented each year to participants during WLTI who have demonstrated their leadership skills and have mastered certain requirements in leadership training.
You can download the requirements for the WLTI Statesman Award and begin preparing now. Pre-work will be available August 2nd.

 

Congressional Visits

A highlight of WLTI is when students get the opportunity to visit with elected officials. You can download a sample appointment request letter here.

What to Bring

Participants should bring SkillsUSA attire: Blazer, windbreaker or sweater, Black pants or skirts, Black socks/hosiery, Black professional shoes, Black ties (males only), white shirt. On the casual side, comfortable shoes, jeans, shorts, T-shirts; fun clothes, camera, spending money and sweater or jacket (September in Washington can be cool).