Skills USA is a nationwide organization; it is also a club at College of Western Idaho. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for people from all backgrounds to enhance their technical and leadership skills. In Skills USA, college students can compete in areas of their choosing, which range from prepared speech to diesel mechanics. This competition brings people together to experience the joy of community working for a common interest. Thousands of students across the nation showcase their technical and leadership skills in front of their peers, instructors, advisers, and potential employers. Skills USA offers a place for people to find themselves and expand their horizons of success.

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CWI had 10 students earn a trip to the SkillsUSA national competition with first-place finishes at the state event.

Some of the best cars in the valley will be on display at CWI, April 18, at the third annual SkillsUSA fundraiser.

Carlos Gonzales (right) celebrates his silver medal on the podium.

CWI alum Carlos Gonzales earned a runner-up finish at the 50th-annual national SkillsUSA competition in Kansas City, Mo.

CWI is celebrating an outstanding showing at the 2014 SkillsUSA State Conference where students earned 20 medals overall.

Is your computer running slow? Skills USA is putting together a Computer Repair Day to assist students and faculty with their personal computer issues and questions. We will work on cleaning out malware, viruses, repair and installation, upgrading software and other issues that we can resolve...

The second-annual Skills On Wheels Car Show comes to campus tomorrow (April 5), which serves as a fundraiser for CWI SkillsUSA.

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