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Simpson County Technical Center is featuring its Metal Fabrications Program. 

Pictured is instructor, Kirk Sullivan, with first year student, Jay Craft, and third year student, Jesse Walters, receiving instructions in the lab setting.
The Metal Fabrications Program is part of the Manufacturing cluster and is designed for students preparing to enter the field of metalworking.  It includes an introduction to the basic machining metalworking processes, as well as an introduction to the basic welding profession.  Students in this program have the option of joining SkillsUSA, the student organization for career and technical students enrolled in the Metal Fabrications Program.  Through SkillsUSA membership, students have the opportunity to showcase skills learned at various competitions at the district, state, and national levels.  Additionally, SkillsUSA assists students in building the personal capacity to become outstanding workers, effective leaders, and caring citizens.  Mr. Sullivan is the SkillsUSA advisor at the Simpson County Technical Center.

Carol Ann Drane  B.S., M.Ed., IC-3 & C.O.O.L. Certified
Student Services Coordinator
Simpson County Technical Cener



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