WCHS SkillsUSA Receives Donation |
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The Washington County High School chapter of SkillsUSA is headed to state competition next week with a little help from their friends. Chapter Advisor Antonio Young attended the East Georgia Construction Workforce Alliance meeting and received a surprise pledge of $500 from fellow alliance member Scott Clark. Clark, who is President/COO of R.W. Allen and Co. of Augusta, made his pledge real March 5 as Bill Chambless of the Associated General Contractors of Georgia, Inc. delivered a check to the school.
“SkillsUSA Washington County is very grateful for your generous gift of $500.00 toward our cause,” said SkillsUSA advisor Antonio Young. “Your charitable donation will allow us to purchase much-needed supplies and will help students attend and compete at the SkillsUSA state conference later this month. We’d like you to know that your thoughtfulness is truly making a difference in the lives of so many students at Washington County High School,” Young concluded.
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, responsibility, citizenship, service and respect. SkillsUSA Georgia is focused on serving high school students involved in Architecture, Construction, Communication, Cosmetology, Public Safety, and Transportation pathways. For more information about the WCHS chapter, please contact Antonio Young, email@example.com.