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Oklahoma Virtual Celebration and Awards Winners

Preparing for leadership in the world of work.


(Left to Right) Front Row: Annika Bush- (S) Chaplain, Dylan Laumbauch- (S) Parliamentarian, Emma Cates- (PS) National Officer, Josephine Larsen- (S) Vice President, Marleigh Allwelt- (S) Reporter, Brook Lyn Jones- (S) Secretary, Alissa Morgan- (S) Historian. Back Row: Cleo Bell- (PS) Secretary, Benjamin Buller- (PS) President, Ethan Tucker- (S) President, Jonathan Johnson- (S) Treasurer, Jestin Wright- (PS) Treasurer, Charlotte Mixon- (PS) Vice President, and BreeAnna McCracken- (PS) Historian.

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SkillsUSA State Leadership Conference for 2020 has been cancelled.

SkillsUSA Night with the Thunder - Dec. 4, 2019- SOLD OUT

2020-2021 State Officer Application

The 2019-2020 High School State Officer Application and National Officer Candidate Application will be available January 2019

Service Day T-Shirt Challenge - Alumni Association

Why compete?

American Welding Society tells "Why You Should Compete in SkillsUSA."

For the person interested in taking a welding career to the next level, SkillsUSA is an amazing asset. Its regional, state, and national competitions offer the chance to hone your skills while you compete against others. And more than that, each competition offers a scholarship to the winner.

Joe Young, Brad Clink and Alex Pazkowski have all realized this. They've moved their way up from the regional competitions and have all made it to the WorldSkills competition.

The American Welding Society continues to be one of the strongest partners for SkillsUSA. Click on this link to watch the video:

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