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May 31-June 3, 2022

State Officer Leadership Academy (SOLA)

Camp Carol Joy Holling
Ashland, NE

June 6-8, 2022

NCE Conference

Location: Kearney, NE

Jun 20-24, 2022

National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC)

Atlanta, GA

SkillsUSA’s 2018 National Conference: Week in Review

Red, White and Blue Eagle

July/Aug 2022

State Officer Planning for Fall Leadership Conference

State Officer Planning Conference

Dates: TBA
Location: TBA

September, 2022

Fall Leadership Conferences

This one-day conference is for middle school and high school students to participate in leadership activities, chapter training, and career awareness. $25/registration fee for both students and advisors. Includes lunch and t-shirt. 

East Conference
DATE: TBA  8:00 a – 2:30 p
Location: TBA    

West Conference
DATE: TBA  8:00 a – 2:30 p
Location: TBA

October 19-22, 2022

Mid-America Leadership Conference (Mid-Am)

Ramada River’s Edge Convention Center, Columbus

This conference (originally Region IV – VICA Leadership Conference) has been existence since 1977 and originated in Kearney, NE. Mid-Am has been hosted by Columbus and the New World Inn/ Ramada River’s Edge Conference Center for 40 years.

Nov 2022

Commissioner’s Recognition – State Capital Rotunda

Nationals Winner Recognition

Recognition of the 2022 SkillsUSA National’s Champion’s.

December 2022 and March 2023

Middle School SkillsUSA

East Conference
December 2022
Location: TBA

West Conference
March  2023
Location: TBA

March 2023

All State Officer Planning Session For SLC

Location: Grand Island

April 13-15, 2023

State Leadership and Skills Conference (SLC)

Heartland Events Center & Fonner Park, Grand Island

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. More than 2000 people – including students, teachers and business partners – are expected to participate in the two and one-half day event.