Fall Leadership Conference
November 8, 2021
Lansing Center, Lansing, Michigan
Come join us in Lansing for our annual Fall Leadership Conference! Students and teachers can learn valuable leadership skills that they can take back to their school and lead their local chapters through a successful school year. SkillsUSA Michigan advisors are encouraged to bring their local officers and any other students interested in learning how to demonstrate their leadership abilities.
Students participate in sessions that guide them in developing team building, public speaking, communication and community service skills, just to name a few.
FOCUS Training, a Wisconsin-based leadership development company will present a workshop for students that emphasizes communication skills, teamwork, innovation, organization and many other skills to help students become successful business leaders.
Advisors also participate in sessions geared at having a successful SkillsUSA chapter and CTE program.
The Fall Leadership Conference gives members the opportunity to meet and network with fellow members, develop leadership skills and gain insight on many other SkillsUSA activities!
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All registrations must be made on online through the Membership and Conference Registration Portal. Instructions will be available on the Forms and Documents page. Paper registration forms will not be accepted.
NEW FOR 2021: All students must be an affiliated member of SkillsUSA before registering for the conference. Students do not have to have their membership paid prior to attending, but must have their memberships submitted to SkillsUSA online prior to registration.
Attending Adults do not have to be members of SkillsUSA Michigan.
Refunds will be given only if SkillsUSA Michigan is notified of the cancellation in writing two weeks before the conference. Cancellations must be submitted on the Cancellation and Refund Request Form by your chapter’s lead advisor to receive your chapter’s refund. Refunds will be mailed after the conference, or the credit may be applied towards future conference registrations.
PARTICIPANT CODE OF CONDUCT FORM
Each participant attending the conference must sign the Participant Code of Conduct Form. This form is to be hand-carried to the conference by the advisor and not sent in with the registration. The Participant Code of Conduct Form is located on the Forms and Documents page.
To allow students to fully participate with the leadership activities, business casual attire is allowed. Khaki (Docker) style pants (no cargo pants) is appropriate for both males and females. Women should wear blouses, sweaters, polo-style or collared shirts. Men should wear sweaters, polo-style, or collared shirts. Shirts must have sleeves and no bare midriff. Skirts and shorts must be at least fingertip length.
Denim, t-shirts, hats, and cargo pants are not allowed.