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Weld-Ed Sparks Training and Development for Welding Students and Educators

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Two students learning welding skills at Weld-Ed.

At Weld-Ed, state-of-the-art welding labs and new classrooms offer the resources for learning skills that are directly transferable to industrial jobs.

Credit: Howard Woodward/American Welding Society


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This video, "Improving Their Competitive Edge: Students in Welding," is made in part by Weld-Ed and the American Welding Society. Watch as students share how they became involved in welding and describe their welding experiences.

Credit: Courtesy of the American Welding Society

 

A welder.

Welders are essential to industries that underpin the economy, including the automotive, shipbuilding and aerospace industries.

Credit: Howard Woodward/American Welding Society


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A person welding.

Welding career opportunities continue to grow - even in an economy where recent graduates in various disciplines struggle to find work, virtually 100 percent of welding school graduates find rapid job placement, according to Ray Shook, executive director of the American Welding Society.

Credit: Howard Woodward/American Welding Society


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A person learning to weld.

Weld-Ed stands out as a program that creates a bridge between educational institutions and the welding industry.

Credit: Howard Woodward/American Welding Society


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