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N.J. students can go for the gold in SkillsUSA competition

by Jillian Swisher | For Jersey’s Best

SkillsUSA will host student competitions across New Jersey in March.

This national organization’s mission is to ensure that America’ workforce is properly trained. It does this by “serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations including health occupations and for further education,” according to a press release from the organization.

Students across the state will compete for the opportunity to go to the national SkillsUSA competition. Photo courtesy of SkillsUSA

There will be more than 80 competitions spread out through various technical schools in the state. The competitions cover a wide array of topics, including Automotive & Marine Service Technology, Cosmetology, Welding Sculpture, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Baking, Health & Medical Fields, Quiz Bowl, Electrical Construction, Carpentry, and Robotics.

The winners of each competition will represent the Garden State at the national level in Georgia in June. Winners also will be recognized at an awards ceremony in April.

The competition kicks off with the Marine Service Technology. It will take place on March 1 at the Atlantic Boat Show at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

The first competition will be Marine Service Technology. Photo Courtesy of SkillsUSA

Most events are open to the public. For more information, click here.

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