Welding Camp

Young woman is welding in the Metal Industry

Have you ever wanted to work with metal leading to an exciting career project, but did not know where to begin?

The Welding Technologies program is offering a four-day summer camp for high school students that will introduce you to the basic skills necessary for welding metals for projects in a fully functioning welding lab. The goal of the event is to provide hands-on immersion in the welding field, expose students to CTE pathway opportunities in welding, promote career and technical training at SPCC, and raise awareness of employment opportunities for welders in the college’s service area.

High school students may enroll in welding CTE pathways as early as the 9th grade.

The CTE pathways prepare students to earn a diploma or certificate in a high-demand, high-paying technical field.

Provides rising 9th – 12th graders with the opportunity to learn about welding careers in a hands-on environment.

Age range: 9th -12th grade

Dates: July 22, 23, and 24 (Monday through Wednesday), 10am to 1pm

Cost per student:  $150.00

Location: Tyson Family Center for Technology
3509 Old Charlotte Highway, Monroe
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Click here to register for camp

Questions?

Email us summercamp@spcc.edu


Adult Welding Camp

keyword: Welding

Dates: July 29, 2019, Monday, 5pm-7pm

Location: Tyson Family Center for Technology
3509 Old Charlotte Highway, Monroe
(Campus Maps and Directions)

Cost: $50

Have you ever wanted to work with metal for a garden or art project, but did not know where to begin? The Welding Technologies program is offering a one-day summer camp for adults that will introduce you to the basic skills necessary for welding metals for small projects in a fully functioning welding lab. The goal of the event is to provide hands-on immersion in the welding field.

Click here to search, register, and pay for the Adult Welding Camp

Questions?

Email Michael Scott, mscott@spcc.edu

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