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SkillsUSA Massachusetts is a state association of SkillsUSA, a national organization serving more than 275,000 high school and college students and professional members who are enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations.
SkillsUSA prepares America's high performance workers. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. It emphasizes total quality at work, high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education and pride in the dignity of work. SkillsUSA also promotes understanding of the free enterprise system and involvement in community service activities
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Being an officer in a SkillsUSA chapter is an honor that carries specific responsibilities. SkillsUSA officers must be concerned about the organization's purposes and its successful and efficient functioning.They must prepare themselves for these responsibilities by:
- Studying and practicing to become more skillful in their duties
- Developing a complete knowledge of SkillsUSA's constitutions and bylaws
- Approaching issues objectively to make decisions for the good of all members
- Carrying out duties thoroughly, on time and to the best of their abilities
- Working cooperatively to make their leadership strong and effective and to ensure the chapter's success
Officers should remember that they were selected to lead their chapter for one year. In accepting their offices, they assume the responsibility of doing everything they can to make the Diman chapter better and stronger.
2018-2019 Chapter Officers
Audrey Moniz- President
Nicholas Mota- Vice President
Evan Marchand- Secretary
Kiki Zhang- Treasurer
Alisha Castaneda- Historian
Emma Tavares- Reporter
Savannah Medeiros- Parliamentarian
Emily Moniz- Ambassador
Joshua Torres-Ruiz- Ambassador
Kiana Andrade- Ambassador
2018-2019 SkillsUSA Chapter Officers
In the News
Below are our medal winners from the 2018 SkillsUSA State Conference. Our 20 gold medal winners will all compete at the national level in Louisville, KY on June 25-29. Congratulations go out to all medal winners, to all students that competed, and to their tireless advisors. (5/7/18)
Elijah, Adam, Audrey, and Emily Moniz know all about sibling rivalry. Growing up in a family of ten kids, there was plenty of competition for attention. But these days, the competition isn’t about trying to outdo each other—it’s about working together to outdo the competition. This June 19-23, the four Moniz siblings—Elijah, Adam, Audrey, and Emily— will be traveling to Louisville, KY, to compete in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. (5/12/17)
Read about our medal winners from this year's SkillsUSA State Conference. Our 20 gold medal winners will all compete at the national level in Louisville, KY on June 19-23. Congratulations go out to all medal winners, to all students that competed, and to their tireless advisors. (5/1/17)
Diman’s annual march to SkillsUSA success began anew on Thursday, March 4, when they earned 59 medals (21 gold, 21 silver, and 17 bronze) at the District 2 competition held at Southeastern Regional Voc-Tech. All 42 students that earned gold or silver medals will advance to the SkillsUSA Massachusetts State Competition in Marlboro on April 27-29. In addition, several of the 17 bronze medal winners may also be invited. (3/7/17)
Hannah Amarantes was done with SkillsUSA, but SkillsUSA wasn’t done with her. A 2016 Diman graduate, Amarantes had competed in this summer’s SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, where she had earned a strong-but-heartbreaking fourth place finish in the Medical Terminology contest. That fourth place finish turned into a bronze medal in September when SkillsUSA reviewed the competition and determined that she had, indeed, earned third place. (10/19/16)