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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welding has proven to be a surprising but fulfilling career for many high school students, and Samantha Petrosino, 18, switched from the cheerleading squad and sports to a career in welding. Petrosino avoided classes that didn’t particularly interest her in high school, but her welding

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

The biggest barrier to a career in welding is a lack of training. Many manufacturing and equipment companies are looking for experienced welders who are ready to step onto the job ready to go. That’s especially true in Pennsylvania, where residents are struggling to find

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Buffalo, NY has taken its first steps toward supplying additional welders for the growing welding industry that expects more than 17,000 job openings related to welding or similar fields. A $3.2 million Buffalo Billion initiative aims to connect students at Alfred State College and other

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

When it’s time for the giraffes to eat at the Asheboro, N.C. Zoo, supervisors found that the current feeding system didn’t allow the zookeepers enough room to place food, space for enrichment activities, and enough height to reach the giraffes. This is where the students

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welding instructor Ryan Henderson runs a local welding shop, but the thing he loves more than welding itself is teaching others how to weld. Henderson especially enjoys a sculpture welding class at Tyler Junior College where students of all ages and backgrounds come together to

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welding team and married couple Kelly DeWitt Norman and Travis Norman own a large property in the Texas hill country where they host intensive welding camps for beginners. The two have a number of businesses that include: custom floral design, fabrication, and furniture business. Image

Weekly Welding Roundup-Welding News

A group of Montana high school students took welding classes over the past year and were then administered a welding certification test where four of the seven students passed. Those who passed the test included: freshman, Kyler Francis; junior, Connor Voll; freshman, Raine Kaufman and

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

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

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