Company helps school welding programs
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From the Delta Schoolcraft ISD:
The Delta Schoolcraft ISD would like to thank Aldridge Electric for their generous donation to both Manistique and Escanaba welding programs of a variety of power tools, grinding wheels, personal protection equipment, and welding rod. These donations show huge support for the CTE program and i n supporting the trades.
We would also like to thank Jake Goudreau, Superintendent for Aldridge Electric, for presenting i n each program location. Mr. Goudreau spent time with the students explaining the high i importance of safety i n the workplace and on the job site. He could not stress enough how important this can be on a day to day basis and how it should also be important in the CTE program as well.
Mr. Goudreau also talked with the students about the importance of the trades programs in the schools that offer hands-on engagement and how important these programs can be for potential employment after graduating from high school. Community support, such as this from Aldridge Electric, keeps our CTE programs current, and helps relay relevant i information to students so they can make educated choices after high
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