There are a number of scholarships, for a variety of available to students who are SkillsUSA members. Prior to applying for any of these scholarships, members must have yearly dues paid. Additional criteria for eligibility include;
Scholarship Eligibility Criteria
All applicants must:
Be registered, active SkillsUSA members.
Include, within the application: a resume, a letter of recommendation from an advisor, instructor, or state director; and proof of SkillsUSA membership. (Advisors can provide proof of membership upon request.) Additionally, most scholarships have an essay component.
Meet scholarship-specific criteria.
Must plan on enrolling in a college/post-secondary program in the 2023-24 academic year, or if the student is a high school junior or younger, the academic term after high school graduation.
College/Post-Secondary members are encouraged to apply for scholarships on a yearly basis. Scholarships for College/Post-Secondary recipients are submitted directly to the student’s chosen institution, and not remitted to the individual.
NEW! SkillsUSA Master Scholarship Application: OPEN DEC. 1, 2022 to April 1, 2023
In 2022-23, students can apply for most scholarships via a single online application. Between December 1 and April 1, apply for the scholarships listed below via the SkillsUSA Master Scholarship Application. Apply here!
Students and advisors should continue to monitor the SkillsUSA Scholarships & Grants page for information on the application process, and to find scholarship opportunities available.