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Evening Welding Courses at WWCC's Evanston Campus!

January 09, 2018

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Welding students (left to right) Rick Eskelson, Shenea Amlin, Chris Amlin, William Amlin, Derek Haider, and Brian Krupp

Western Wyoming Community College Evanston Campus is offering an evening Welding 1755 Shielded Metal Arc and Welding 1760 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc in the Spring 2018 semester. Instructor Brenden Ellis has been teaching welding for over 9 years. The Evanston WWCC campus is very excited to be offering these courses to their community!

They are working very closely with Uinta B.O.C.E.S #1 and their Families Becoming Independent (FBI) Program. Local employers are also teaming up to help individuals take the classes, and have agreed to hire the welding students after they complete WELD 1755. The students will be on a probationary period for 30 days and if they are successful they can be hired on full time.

Additionally, the FBI program will pay for the tuition, fees, and clothing for the students. All students must meet specific qualifications for enrollment. One of those qualifactions being, they must have a child. There is no age limit, and even if the student has never been employed before, and prior employment is not a prerequesit. 

This is a great opportunity for people who have always wanted to go to school but didn’t have the means to do so, or even for those who never thought school was something they wanted to do. The night classes make the course accessible to those who may not have time during the day. 

WWCC Evanston is thrilled to provide this on their campus. 

For more information, you can call the WWCC Evanston Campus at 307.789.3988. 

For more information, contact Audrey Harton at (307) 382-1661 or
(307) 382-1600 or toll free (800) 226-1181