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'Welding for Women' class helps teens break barriers

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Wanda White is a welder who retired from Stoughton Trailers last year. She is now teaching an all girls welding course for high school students. The course is one of several run by the Dane County School Consortium to promote non-traditional occupations. The group plans to hold a career exploration fair on Nov 29.
Published 4 months ago · Stoughton, United States

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'Welding for Women' class helps teens break barriers

STOUGHTON, Wis. – Wanda White certainly knows her way around a blowtorch and she’s using her decades of experience as a welder to spark the interest of high schoolers across Dane County.Last year, after spending almost thirty years working for Stoughton Trailers, White came back from retirement to help the young girls following in her footsteps break barriers in the industry.“I love doing what I do,” she said. “I just had so much fun with the gi…

4 months ago·Madison, United States
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