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SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference returns to LouisvilleKY June 24-28

  (LOUISVILLE, KY) — For the fifth year in a row, the world’s largest hands-on skills competition is returning to Louisville. The 55th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) will be held Monday, June 24, through Friday, June 28, showcasing the very best in career and technical education for the skilled trades. SkillsUSA is the third largest convention for the city, with an estimated economic impact of $26.7 million. Louisville Tourism estimates total hotel room nights for the week at more than 36,987. More than 19,000 students, teachers and education leaders are expected to attend. The cornerstone of NLSC is the SkillsUSA Championships, when…


SkillsUSA Expands Partnership with WaterStep in LouisvilleKY to Impact People Around the World

  Louisville, KY – Local non-profit WaterStep is expanding upon an existing partnership with SkillsUSA, a student organization that will hold its 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville on June 25-29, 2018. For the 4th year, SkillsUSA will host a shoe drive in conjunction with the Conference, where student attendees from all over the country are encouraged to bring used shoes to donate to WaterStep. The donated shoes are repurposed and sold to an exporter to provide affordable footwear in developing counties, and WaterStep uses the proceeds from the sale of the shoes to fund its safe water projects around the world. Click…


SkillsUSA students asked to bring shoes to LouisvilleKy conference

SkillsUSA Students Donate Shoes to Local Organization to Save Lives with Safe Water Louisville, KY (June 21, 2016) – WaterStep has teamed up with the SkillsUSA Alumni & Friends Association to create a way for attendees of the upcoming 52nd annual National Leadership Skills and Conference to save lives at risk of waterborne disease. Thousands of students traveling to Louisville for the conference this week have been asked to bring used athletics shoes to donate to WaterStep, an organization that collects and sells the gently used shoes to fund water projects in communities around the world. WaterStep’s large shoe collection boxes will…