Apprenticeship Workshop | Women in Trades
The Tulare-Kings College + Career Collaborative held its annual Apprenticeship Workshop | Women in Trades Day with over 100 students from six local high schools attending. Students learned that apprenticeships offer income while they learn specific trades through supervised work and classroom instruction.
The students were also able to gain some hands-on experience bending pipes, spot welding, and working with sheet metal!
Special thanks to the Central Valley Apprenticeship Coordinators Association, and the following trade representatives:
Carpenters, Scott Lewis
Cement Masons, Mark Gonzalez
Electricians, Joe Estrada
Ironworkers, Jim Hussey
Operator Engineers, Mark Fagundes
Painters & Allied Trades, Alex Beltran
Plasterers, Daniel Martinez
Plumbers & Pipefitters, Robert Topete
Roofers, Dario Sifuentes
Sheet Metal Workers, Isaac Camarena
Sprinkler Fitters, Kevin Watson