As an active SkillsUSA member, we hold the same values as SkillsUSA.
Nonprofit organizations play very important roles in serving people of our Communities. Due to ever-changing work environment in the area of career and technical education, it has become necessary to provide students an opportunity to continue their education.
Preparing for leadership in the world of work.
Our mission is to provide continuous quality education in the area of Law Enforcement, Medical, Auto Collision & Adult Education Life skills, that emphasize a positive work ethic, attitude, professionalism, teamwork, necessary career, technical skills, and prepares adult students for success in an ever-changing work environment.
- Promote all available Estamatic software systems to the industry.
- Provide a training facility and make an educational environment of the highest quality for present and future professional in the field of Law Enforcement, Medical, and Auto collision repair Estimatic.
- Promote a career path for highly trained, qualified Physical damage Appraisers/ Assessor for Repairer as well as Insurers.
- Mold the Physical damage Appraisers/ Assessor of tomorrow by enhancing educational opportunities for the collision students of today.
- Creating a link between collision repair schools and the businesses that will depend upon their students.
- Provide the driving force to spearhead a new era of educational excellence in our industry. How participation in "ICE" increases student motivation for success?
- How "ICE"'s championships provide students an opportunity to showcase their technical and professional skills?
- How does involvement in "ICE" increase America's competitive edge in the global economy?
- How does participation in "ICE" curriculum give students hope for their future?
- What activities in "ICE" assist student in mastering technical skills?
- How does "ICE" train a motivated workforce?
- How do "ICE"'s partnerships with business and industry ensure that students are prepared for tomorrow's workplace?
- What opportunities does "ICE" provide to celebrate and honor student achievement?
- How does involvement in "ICE" keep students in school?
- How does involvement in "ICE" inspire students to continue life-long learning?
- How does participation in "ICE" assist students in finding their passion?
- How does participation in "ICE" motivate students to pursue their career dreams?
Meaning of the Pledge
Upon my honor, I pledge: This is a very strong statement. It means you are committed to follow through on your promise.
To prepare myself: Preparation requires self-control. It means effort without immediate reward but with the knowledge that the effort will pay off when the preparation is completed.
By diligent study: Diligence implies something far beyond a quick review of assignments. Diligence means perseverance, concentration, and not always taking the easy route.
And ardent practice: A person of character makes every effort in spite of setbacks or personal loss.
To become a worker: "ICE" students take pride in making things happen, in being good workers and in their employers.
Whose services: Doing things for others is the basis of many occupations. "ICE" students strive to be active in their schools and communities.
Will be recognized as honorable: The result of preparation, study, practice, work, and service is the respect and honor given "ICE" students.
To base my expectations of reward upon the solid foundation of service: This statement reinforces the attitude that we must first serve in order to gain. This attitude is important to success.
To respect my vocation: "ICE" students recognize the need to find their vocation and strive to understand its traditions, skills, leaders, and potential.
To bring repute to myself: "ICE" students strive to have a good reputation among their peers, fellow workers, teachers, parents, and employers.
To spare no effort in upholding these ideals: This means service to the community, school and "ICE" students /SkillsUSA chapter - getting things done and becoming a leader, all with the ideals of SkillsUSA in mind.
I believe in the American way of life
I know our culture is the result of freedom of action and opportunities won by the founders of our American republic, and I will uphold their ideals.
I believe in education
I will endeavor to make the best use of knowledge, skills and experience that I will learn in order that I may be a better worker in my chosen occupation and a better citizen in my community. To this end, I will continue my learning now and in the future.
I believe in fair play
I will, through honesty and fair play, respect the rights of others. I will always conduct myself in the manner of the best professionals in my occupation and treat those with whom I work, as I would like to be treated.
I believe satisfaction is achieved by good work
I feel that compensation and personal satisfaction received for my work and services will be in proportion to my creative and productive ability.
I believe in high moral and spiritual standards
I will endeavor to conduct myself in such a manner as to set an example for others by living a wholesome life and by fulfilling my responsibilities as a citizen of my community.
Official Attire for women:
- Red SkillsUSA blazer, windbreaker or sweater
- White collarless or small-collared blouse or white turtleneck (collar must not extend over the blazer lapel or the sweater or windbreaker)
- Black dress skirt (knee-length) or black dress slacks
- Black shoes
Official attire for men:
- Red SkillsUSA blazer, windbreaker or sweater
- White dress shirt
- Plain solid black tie
- Black dress slacks
- Black dress shoes
The colors red, white, blue, and gold ARE ADOPTED AS A MEMEBR OF SkillsUSA organization.
- Red and white represent the individual states and chapters.
- Blue represents the common union of the states and of the chapters.
- Gold represents the individual, the most important element of the organization