On The Record: Skilled Trades

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Governor Whitmer joins United Association for Industry Day at WCC

Fran LeFort - August 18, 2022

Washtenaw Community College welcomed Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer at the United Association’s Industry Day on Wednesday.

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tags: September 2022, Skilled Trades, Industry, United Association, On The Record

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Skilled trades careers are high-tech, high-demand and high-wage

Rich Rezler - August 16, 2022

Professional trades careers in Michigan pay about 39% higher than the statewide average for all occupations. Those same careers often require less schooling and student debt than a four-year degree.

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tags: Auto Body Repair, Automotive Services, Welding and Fabrication, Construction, Transportation Technologies, Automotive Powertrain Development, Motorcycle Service, Launch Fall 2022, Launch, Advanced Manufacturing, HVAC, Skilled Trades, Engineering

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WCC welcoming nearly 4,000 union trainers to area this summer

Fran LeFort - June 15, 2022

Washtenaw Community College (WCC) will welcome nearly 4,000 trainers from four national skilled trades organizations to campus this summer.

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tags: OPCIMA, United Association, Skilled Trades, Roofers Union, Ironworkers

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Summer skilled trades training returns to WCC

Fran LeFort - July 16, 2021

More than 600 skilled trades union workers will participate in national training programs on the WCC campus over the next two weeks as hands-on instruction resumes following the pandemic.

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tags: On The Record, Skilled Trades, Union, August 2021, Roofers Union