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Weekly Roundup – Jobs Guaranteed with Lincoln


This is more like it. Last week was a dry one for welding news, but this edition of “The Weekly Roundup” is full of articles. Check out how committed Lincoln Electric is to holding on to hard-working employees, even in the middle of hard economic times. That article and more are below. Enjoy! 



Special News

At Lincoln Electric, a Leading Maker of Welding Machines, Jobs Are Guaranteed

With unemployment hovering just under 10 percent, millions of Americans can only dream of having a guaranteed job. That's exactly the situation for Mark Wells who finds comfort in the fact that he won't be laid off.

High School students learn to create cool art from hot metal at Birmingham's Sloss Furnaces

Twenty high school students are wrapping up participation in this years eight-week Summer Youth Apprenticeship program in metal arts at Sloss Furnaces in downtown Birmingham. Friday is the final day of the program for 2010.

Industry News

Internet Resources Drive Gases and Welding Sales

The summer issue of Welding & Gases Today features an article by sales expert Sam Richter, called "Know-More Selling," that offers an array of cost-free resources to learn about customers.

Adjustable welding curtain gives high protection

Weldability-SIF's EN 1598-certified adjustable welding curtain and frame measures 1.80 x 1.80m and is designed to provide maximum welding protection.

Schools/Programs and Students

Camp tests students’ mettle with metal

Emily Balog has grown up around tools and building equipment.

Her father is a carpenter, but the 14-year-old decided to test her own skills in a summer welding camp.

NE welding may need a spark

Big futures and some big machines are waiting for students at Northeast Community College.

Washtenaw Community College welding students forge their own paths

Welding may seem like an old-fashioned trade that’s not relevant in today’s information-technology driven world.

But welding is a thriving and demanding area of study at Washtenaw Community College, where local students have won national awards for their talents and one student has set his sights on an international competition next year.

Adults learn basic welding skills

Irving has been unemployed for two years, providing for himself and his two children by working odd jobs in construction.

“I was doing anything to get by,” Irving said. “It’s been really hard trying to find a job.”

Irving will worry no more, thanks to the free welding program offered at Wilcox Central High School.

Welding on Another Turf (Overseas News)

Turkey's first welding vocational school to be opened in fall

Representing a first for Turkey, a vocational school in Istanbul is preparing a welding curriculum for the coming academic year.



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