BCCC Welding Students Present Gift To College | Beaufort County Now | Students in the Welding Technology Program at Beaufort County Community College recently presented the gift of a metal replica of a fishing trawler used in eastern North Carolina waters to the BCCC Board of Trustees. The trawler, named Lil' Beaufort, will be on display in the newly-renovated lobby o

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    Students in the Welding Technology Program at Beaufort County Community College recently presented the gift of a metal replica of a fishing trawler used in eastern North Carolina waters to the BCCC Board of Trustees. The trawler, named Lil' Beaufort, will be on display in the newly-renovated lobby of Building 1. It was fabricated by Lead Welding Instructor Ted Clayton and students in the welding program as an extra-curricular activity.


Welding students Malcolm Johnson and Andrew Archbell unveil the boat during the February meeting of the BCCC Board of Trustees.

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( February 14th, 2015 @ 11:25 am )
 
I talked with a proficient welder this week. In the course of the conversation he shared the future of welding from his professional magazine.

Did you know that right now this country needs 200,000 welders? In the near future with welding projects on the horizon it will be double and we do not have enough well-trained welders now!

My oldest grandson is thinking in this direction. He now lives at Elizabeth City and the shipbuilding industry at Norfolk is an open door for him. Instead of thinking some fancy degree that had no opening with graduating after 4 expensive years of college, I would encourage a simple career in welding for many who really want to succeed in the next 30-40 years of real work and income . . .



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