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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Water patrol deputy Chris Guise spends his days patrolling the waters of his parish, going between wetlands and waterways, but in his off time, he spends hours welding in his shop at home. Guise has been welding since he was a teenager, and he would

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

High school student Sue Ellen M. Linn, 17, will be graduating from high school and a college-level welding program simultaneously. Linn took a series of dual credit high school classes that counted toward a college welding degree at Iowa Central. Image Source Linn’s father attended

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welder and former logger Mark Looper has combined his two talents into his latest endeavour: creating works of art out of metal and blending them into the natural world. His works resemble trees, birds, and vines, sprouting roots out of railings and adding birds to

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Hundreds of high school and middle school students lined up to participate in the American Welding Society’s Educational Mobile Unit outside an Angleton, Texas school. The career and welding trailer provides four welding simulators, examples of welding projects, and information about a welding career. For

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

The Pasco County Jail, near Tampa Bay, Florida, has provided a welding class that has kept all of its former students out of jail after release. Over the course of four ten-hour days each week, non-violent inmates participate in a comprehensive welding class that provides experience

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Weekly Welding Roundup-Welding News

Welding played a big role in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade in San Diego, where welding students at San Diego Continuing Education fabricated a massive image of Martin Luther King Jr.. The float contained a massive die-cut steel sign that included an impression

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

A pilot welding program in a Montana women’s prison has successfully graduated 10 women whose welds passed industry standards and gave them a tremendous sense of accomplishment. One graduate, Misty Cockrill noted that the sessions in the workshop gave her a sense of freedom and

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welding student Joseph Guidry, 21, graduated from Lamar Institute of Technology’s two-year welding certificate program, but Guidry isn’t your typical welding student: he’s deaf. Guidry worked alongside his sign language interpreter Mary Alexander, and two very patient instructors, Jason Bingham and Alex Lewis. Lewis and

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Former Marine Brandon Hyde returned from home to Wisconsin and struggled to find steady work. He turned to drugs and alcohol as a form of escape, and he was soon arrested after getting into a serious fight with his brother. However, a Veteran Treatment Court

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Weekly Welding Roundup-Welding News

This week’s welding roundup has a pile of articles on welding jobs and welding education opportunities. It seems that the word is getting around that careers in welding are a viable option for many with high demand and excellent salaries. However, no two paths to