April 13, 2022
Congratulations to class 1-22 for reaching this important chapter in your life. This six week course was a little longer than expected due to issues with Covid, but everyone stayed the course and focused on their goals, dreams, and responsibilities. All 5 Veterans received their welding certification from the American Welding Society. In addition, Ronald Hollers obtained his 6G pipe welding certification. The graduation was held at the Technical Training Center in Lincoln Park, Michigan.
Congratulations to Seffron Boyle, Daniel Lubic, Ronald Hollers, Samuel Ruvalcaba and Richard Dunn!
You can learn more about and apply for the Welding Training Program by visiting wwfs.org/veteran-welding-training-program.
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