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Welding Trainees Meet Employer

April 24, 2014

Water Accelerator Program participants meet with area employers to discuss job opportunities as they prepare to graduate from a welding bootcamp. The WOW Workforce Development Board is providing 40 individuals with CNC Operator or welding bootcamp training through the Waukesha County Technical College and will place the participants in high-demand water industry jobs. The initiative is a Regional Workforce Alliance partnership with the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board, the Southeast Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, and the WOW Workforce Development Board with 4-year grant funding from the U.S. Department of Labor. Learn more at: http://www.wowwdb.org/resourcesTab/wdbProgramsPage.html#H2O.

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