To our SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary students and instructors,

Although our State Leadership Conference will look a bit different this year, we are marching onward. Our SkillsUSA and Technical College training has prepared us for whatever the future may hold. So, in true SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary style, "On with the show". Our 2021 State Conference will be presented virtually. Our opening ceremony will be held on March 4, 2021 at 6:00 pm. Your local college advisor has additional information for you, so please contact them. We've been working hard and very diligently to make this year's event just as memorable and exciting for you as in the past! See you soon and be sure to bring your "A" GAME, you'll need it! The AWARDS CEREMONY will premiere on YouTube on Monday, April 5th at 6:00 pm. Be sure to watch to see who showed up and showed out!


President, Ryan Ham

Design and Media Production Technology

Augusta Technical College

Ryan Ham is your 2020-2021 SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary State President. He is a 22 year-old from Augusta, Georgia. He attended Westside High School and is currently attending Augusta Technical College for an associate degree in Design and Media Production Technology. In his free time, he likes to create art, take photos, make short films, and hang out with friends. Ryan's goal is become a designer or filmmaker and make stories that people can relate to.


Vice President, Christopher McIntosh

Design and Media Production Technology

Augusta Technical College

Christopher McIntosh lives in Augusta, Georgia and is a Graphic Design major at Augusta Technical College. He plans on getting his associate degree and begin a career in Videography / Cinematography. During his free time, he is always in the gym, watching or making movies with his best friend, Ryan, eating all kinds of foods from different cultures, and listening to a variety of music. Christopher always has had a passion for video making, even at an early age. Now, with the help of his family and friends, anything is possible. Christopher is overwhelmed and honored to serve as your 2020-2021 SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary State Vice President.


Reporter, Jessica Heard

Business Management and Business Healthcare Technology

West Georgia Technical College

Jessica Heard lives in Woodland, Alabama and is currently dual majoring in Business Management and Business Healthcare Technology at West Georgia Technical College. In her spare time, she enjoys shopping trips with her aunt and relaxing at home. After graduation, she plans to obtain her bachelors degree in Healthcare Administration. During her short time in SkillsUSA, Ms. Heard was elected Vice President of her local chapter and appointed Reporter for the 2020-2021 SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary State Officer team. Her plan for this year is to meet new people and encourage them through their journey of life with SkillsUSA. Ms. Heard would like to thank her advisors Ms. LaToya Cotton and Mrs. Melinda Hofius, for their persistent and eager dedication. Ms. Heard states, “If it wasn’t for them speaking so highly of SkillsUSA and other organizations she would not be where she is today”.


August 1 2019

If you are trying to remember just how great the 2019 Georgia State SkillsUSA Leadership Conference was, click on the link below to refresh your memory! Our man on the ground captured some great images and caught our competitors doing some great things. Give this a glance, you might see your friends or yourself here.

THANK YOU to Lowe's for supporting SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary with a generous grant of $7,500 in support of our state conference

August 1 2019

Read the TCSG Press Release here:




February 5 2021

Midtown Atlanta had better be ready. SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary will be taking over the World Congress Center with our largest conference ever. We've been working hard to get everything ready for you! So polish up those tools and shine up your shoes. Sharpen your pencils and attitudes. Come compete, show off your skills, meet some new friends and hang with some old ones. We can't wait to see you on center stage! We can't wait to see you soon!

Pin Design Challenge

February 15 2020

The Pin Design Challenge winner is Alyssia Gerherdt. Alyssia is Design and Media student from Augusta Technical College. Congratulations Alyssia!

Amy Holloway Scholarship

February 15, 2020

Congratulations to Eunsook Kim, Cosmetology student from Savannah Technical College and Rah’mere Williams, Design & Media Technology Production student from Augusta Technical College, both recipients of the $500 SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary Amy Holloway Memorial Scholarships! We look forward to continuing to honor Amy’s legacy and commitment to SkillsUSA students in future years.


If you would like to support the scholarship so we can continue to support future students, please donate here (select Amy Holloway SkillsUSA scholarship): TCSG Foundation

mikeroweWORKS Foundation

February 5 2021

The mikeroweWORKS Foundation is a foundation that rewards people with a passion to get trained for skilled jobs that actually exist. SkillsUSA and the mikeroweWORKS Foundation have teamed up to increase opportunities for SkillsUSA students to attend the National Leadership and Skills Conference. The application window for this scholarship is now closed but be sure to check back often for this scholarship opportunity.

mikeroweWORKS Foundation



The NATIONAL SkillsUSA LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE was the place to be in June if you wanted to see first hand just how important technical education is in the state of Georgia. Our home state of Georgia consistantly places in the top three in the nation in medals awarded!!! Check out this link to read more about how well our technical college students from the state of Georgia represented themselves. You can bet we're ready to do it again!

TCSG Press Release

Let's Chat!

We are pleased to announce that we've added a CONTACT US BUTTON! Just click on the Connect with your Leadership Team button above and now you'll be directed to a form that you may use to contact us. We love to hear from our SkillsUSA Teammates. So, whatever is on your mind, if you have a suggestion or question, zip it to us and let's discuss it. Remember, we're listening!

SkillsUSA Theme

The SkillsUSA competition theme for this year is
"Champions at Work, Empowered to Succeed"

The topic to be addressed by contestants in the Chapter Display, Prepared Speech and Promotional Bulletin Board contests is how our theme
Champions at Work, Empowered to Succeed relates to our national program of work in the area of Professional Development.


Learn More About
SkillsUSA in Georgia

SkillsUSA is a national, nonprofit student organization that has developed more than 10 million workers through active partnerships between employers and educators. Hundreds of American industries have turned to SkillsUSA as the source for employees who exemplify "Champions at Work" in both skills and attitudes. SkillsUSA's mission is to empower its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. At the heart of this mission are SkillsUSA's core values: integrity, responsiblity, citizenship, service and respect.


Get SkillsUSA at
Your School

Any student enrolled in a school which has an active SkillsUSA chapter is eligible to become a member. You do not have to enrolled in a career/technology class to become a member. You simply have to affiliate yourself with the local chapter. If your school does not have an active chapter, contact a teacher or administrator about the possibility of forming one. Advisors, remember any student in your school is eligible for membership even if they are not enrolled in a career/technology program. They would be eligible to participate in any leadership contest, but would have to be in a career/technology program to be eligible for the skills competitions.



The SkillsUSA Championships is the showcase for the best career and technical students in the nation. Contests begin locally and continue through the state and national levels.

This is a multi-million dollar event that occupies a space equivalent to 16 football fields. In 2013, there were nearly 6,000 contestants in 98 separate events. Nearly 1,500 judges and contest organizers from labor and management make the national event possible.

The philosophy of the Championships is to reward students for excellence, to involve industry in directly evaluating student performance and to keep training relevant to employers’ needs.


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