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Welding program provides job opportunities for Elmira students

Teacher David Johnson told KEZI 9 News about six students have been hired right out of high school in the past four years.

Posted: Mar. 13, 2019 4:53 PM
Updated: Mar. 13, 2019 4:53 PM

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to our website... kezi dot com... in tonight's skilled to work: kezi is partnering with employers in our area... to address the lack of workers for skilled jobs. last week on kezi 9 news at four we told you about el mira high schools carpentry program.. now we are diving the program has been offered for a little more than three years now. and offers three levels -- each a semester long. the second and third levels give students a chance to earn college credits for lane community college they learn how to do several different types of welding -- including m-i-g and t-i-g the program "everyone once in a while i will get a call or an email requesting that i suggest a student for hiring and i've probably had six students in the four years that have been hired right
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