Each contest has a maximum and will be first come, first served to chapters in good standing. Spots are not guaranteed to all chapters. List of qualifying contests are listed below.
The SkillsUSA Arizona Championships is the premier showcase for Arizona's trade, technology and service high school and college students. This annual championships features over 75 skills and leadership competitions that determine who will represent Arizona at the national SkillsUSA Championships.
Employers, experts from industry and educators work together to design, judge and recognize our members for their accomplishments in competitions that have real-world challenges. Contestants use math, science, reading and language skills in conjunction with hands-on technical skills to compete against the best in Arizona!
2020 Details -
Registration System Instructions- Coming soon!
Date: April 27-28, 2020
Registration Opens: March 30, 2020
Registration Closes: April 10, 2020
Substitutions: Will be accepted for the same contest only. Substitutions will NOT be taken for state qualifying contests.
Location: Phoenix Convention Center. West/North Building. We will no longer be in the South building.
Online Testing dates: Coming soon!
- Leadership Notebooks will no longer be accepted during registration. Please bring all leadership books to your designated contest during the contest time.
- Building Maintenance & Employment Application Process must submit a verification letter with the principals signature to email@example.com. Letter must include principal’s signature.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Are my students and I required to attend the Keynote Session? the Awards Session?
A. Yes. As you plan your students' Championship experience, it is important that you focus on the entire conference and not just the competitive piece. Please include the Keynote Session and Awards Ceremony in your travel arrangements. Should you have a student qualify for the National Leadership and Skills Conference, it is mandatory that you stay for the NLSC meeting that follows the Awards Ceremony.
Q. Are there eligibility requirements?
A. Yes. The following must be met to be eligible to compete at the SkillsUSA Arizona Championships:
Chapter Documents (Program of Work, Constitution, etc) and Membership must be submitted by November 1. Second semester members must be added by March 1. Students whose names have not been submitted at www.skillsusa-register.org by March 1 are not eligible to compete. There are no exceptions.
Q. Are there contest limits?
A. Due to restraints of time, equipment/materials, and technical committee capabilities, many SkillsUSA Arizona contests are limited to the number of competitors that can register. To try and provide an equal opportunity for all chapters to register, registration for these contests will be limited per chapter. However, should a contest become full prior to the registration deadline preferential registration slots will be given to those chapters based on the following:
- Completed required chapter documentation (Charter/POW) submitted by the deadline
- Participation in state-level leadership events (Chapter Leadership Conference, Employee Leadership Conference, Leadership Training Camp)
- Participation in regional level competition
- Online test scores
Q. Are students required to submit a resume?
A. YES. All competitors must submit a resume. Some contests require the resume to be submitted online prior to conference and some require a hard copy onsite. Plese check the contest info sheets. SkillsUSA Arizona will not allow competitors to print resumes in our headquarters.
Q. Can a student compete in more than one contest?
A. Each contestant is eligible to register for 1 Leadership contest and 1 Skill contest (with the exception of 2-day skill contests). NOTE: Contestants that attend the national conference will only be allowed to register for 1 contest. Any student(s) competing in a "team" contest and are missing team members will be disqualified if the entire team is not present for the competition.
Q. Do students get lunch?
A. No. We are unable to provide lunch for students at this time. It is at the discretion of the technical chair to provide a break for lunch. We suggest each student bring a bottle of water and a small snack.
Q. Can I contact the technical chair?
A. We do not share technical chair contact information unless given permission. If you have a question you would like directed to the technical chair, please send it via email to our office and we will forward.
Q. What do I wear? What should I bring for tools? Do I have an online test?
A. Check the contest information sheets.
Q. What do advisors wear?
A. Advisors are requested to wear business attire.