Michael Stone, A Welding Graduate of Summit College, quit his job that had him driving 130 miles, one way, twice a day and found his true character by enrolling into the Welding program at Summit College.

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Michael Stone: Let stress shape you, not destroy you. My life before Summit College, I actually quit a job that had me driving 130 miles, one way, twice a day. It’s really helped me understand my true character. I chose the welding program because I like to build things and I take pride in it. They have the best welding program in Southern California. I’m grateful for the knowledge that they have given me. The instructors are great, and they’re very understanding of people’s schedule. I elevated my future at Summit College.

Summit’s Welding program will train you in the latest technologies and equipment to help prepare you for entry-level opportunities in welding.

As a welding technician, you will perform such tasks as: blueprint reading, flux cored arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding for pipe and tubing, and operating hand and power tools common to the trade, including shielded metal arc and gas metal arc equipment.

Becoming a welder is a worthy goal, and Summit will support each step you take toward that goal. At Summit, our dedicated instructors will encourage and challenge you. Our coursework will help you pursue the proficiency that can elevate you career. We know there are no shortcuts to a fulfilling welding career, but we believe your career climb begins here.

Summit’s Welding program will train you in the latest technologies and equipment to help prepare you for entry-level opportunities in welding. As a welding technician, you will perform such tasks as: blueprint reading, flux cored arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding for pipe and tubing, and operating hand and power tools common to the trade, including shielded metal arc and gas metal arc equipment.

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Welding technicians are always needed. According to O*NET online, job openings for welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers in the United States are projected to total 45,800 between 2016 and 2026. Welding technicians work in settings such as: construction companies, automotive industries, ironwork applications, factory production, and facility maintenance and repair. No matter how your career journey unfolds, Summit wants to be by your side. Every student’s climb is different, but at Summit you’ll find the support you need to elevate your career.