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State Conference April 28-30, 2019

 Information is being updated as it comes available.


Registration

Schedules and Locations

State Conference Schedule

Contest Locations & Meeting Times




State Conference Housing Information

State Conference Hotel Reservation

Conference Hotels (With reduced conference rates):

Conference Registration

 

2018 Operation Policies for Oklahoma SkillsUSA

Important: No substitutions will be allowed this year after April 23, 2018, at 5 p.m.

OFFICER NOMINATION FORM DUE MARCH 21, 2019

The State Officer and National Officer Candidate Nomination Form is also available for download. This form is due in the State SkillsUSA Office by March 21, 2019. A school may nominate four students for office as follows:

  • Two student for a High School State Office
  • Two student for Postsecondary National Officer Candidate

Please refer to the Campaign Guidelines that have been established.

PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY OFFICER CANDIDATE MEETING IN STILLWATER.
ALL
officer candidates are required to attend the orientation/testing in Stillwater at the Oklahoma Dept. of CareerTech on Thursday, April 4, 2019, at 9 a.m.

 

Officer Candidates need to be prepared to: 


  • take their SkillsUSA knowledge test (refer to the sample PDP test on the Oklahoma SkillsUSA website)
  • recite the pledge
  • perform a part (of their choice) of the Opening/Closing Ceremony
  • participate in an interview process

You will receive more specific information regarding this meeting after all nomination forms have been received.

Please encourage your students to seek state and national SkillsUSA offices! Candidacy for state and national office is valuable information to include on resumes and, if elected, the leadership training that students receive will help them develop a competitive edge in job-search activities. NOTE: Officer Candidate’s that do not pass the SkillsUSA knowledge test will not be eligible for office.

 

Online Testing Information: March 25 - April 15 2019

All written exams (with few exceptions) for the state contests will be taken online March 25 - April 15. If you do not test during this time...your student will not have another opportunity, therefore the contestant will not have a written test score. It is your responsibility to contact your liaison and schedule a time for your students to test as well as taking the correct test.

Listing of online tests and testing liaisons.

 

State Contest Information Memos

These memos will provide specific information for each contest. Please note...if the contest name is not a hyperlink, the state office is still working to get the information updated for the State Conference. Check back often or call the contest program specialist in the T&I office.

Resumes are required of every contestant at every state contest. The resumes will not be judged but there will be a 10-point deduction if a contestant does not submit one.

Job Readiness Contest Information

Contest Guidelines

 

2019 All contestants will get their name badge & badge holders at the contest site upon check-in.

 

Award Sessions

Community Service Project

State Conference Blood Drive


SkillsUSA's Champion Festival

Voting Delegates

Courtesy Corps

Industry Prizes/Awards

Contest Questions?

This listing lets you know who to contact in the state office with questions about a specific contest.

Additional forms that might be helpful

Special Accommodations

Medical Release Form

Suggestions for Adults Responsible for Supervising Students

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