Women Who Weld is holding an ‘Intro to MIG Welding’ workshop for women on Friday, February 8, 2019 from 12pm-4pm at Ventura County Office of Education (VCOE)’s Career Education Center in Camarillo, CA.
Women Who Weld is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that teaches women how to weld and find employment in the welding industry.
Samantha Farr, Women Who Weld’s Founder and Instructor, will lead the workshop.
We can accept a maximum of 14 women, but we will have a waitlist and will notify those on the waitlist if an opening becomes available. If you are under the age of 18, a female parent or guardian must accompany you and participate in the workshop.
The cost to participate in the workshop is $100 per person. Proceeds from this workshop will go toward Women Who Weld’s subsidized, 6-Week Intensive Welding Training Program for unemployed and underemployed women in Detroit, MI.
To learn more about Ventura County Office of Education’s Career Education Center, visit: www.vcoe.org/cec
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Please arrive at 11:45am so we can start promptly at 12pm.
We will provide safety gear (a flame resistant jacket, welding gloves, and a welding helmet), but if you have your own gear, feel free to bring it to the workshop!
Wear leather, suede, or canvas boots/shoes, a pair of jeans that you do not mind getting dirty, and a 100% cotton shirt.
Do not wear any jewelry (including: rings, earrings, bracelets, necklace, watch, etc.) and if you have medium to long hair, bring a hair tie to pull your hair back.
Bring a water bottle (preferably a metal container).