Students Graduate from Metalwork Training at Upper Bucks Campus
The five students who completed the free 12-week program are poised to be hired for well-paying manufacturing jobs
Bucks County Community College recently recognized five students who completed a free 12-week metalwork training program at the Upper Bucks Campus in Perkasie.
College President Stephanie Shanblatt (left) and Bucks County Commissioner Rob Loughery (right) were on hand to congratulate (from second left-right) Brandon Giudice of Pipersville, Jonathan Stairiker of Doylestown, Joseph Eberle of Chalfont, James Kulik of Sellersville, and James Gonzales of Quakertown.
Training was funded through a federal Community Development Block Grant distributed by the Bucks County Commissioners. Graduates have taken the National Institute of Metalworking Skills certification exam, and are qualified to be hired for well-paying manufacturing jobs.