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SkillsUSA Members Show Community Spirit

SkillsUSA club performs community serviceMembers of SkillsUSA’s Penn College chapter showed their community spirit on Oct. 14, participating in community service for SouthernCare. Activities included washing windows and yardwork for a local family. SkillsUSA is a national organization that provides a landscape of competitions in various occupational fields. Once a year, members compete at the state level and, if successful, nationally. Penn College has an array of past national winners. SkillsUSA is recruiting members to compete in upcoming competitions. For more information on SkillsUSA, visit the national or chapter Web site. Come see how SkillsUSA can boost your resume or help you build leadership skills!

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