LEARN A TRADE & GO TO WORK
High school students around the country are asking themselves… What do I want to be when I grow up? What am I good at? How can I make enough money to live on my own after graduation? Do I want to go in debt to earn a four-year college degree or is there another path? These are all good questions and deserve consideration.
Not every high school student is college bound and many job skills are not taught in a college program. Learning a trade allows a person to go to work without a college degree. A shorter program at a trade school may be necessary and many companies, like SFI, are offering apprenticeship programs and on-the-job training.
Stainless Fabrication Inc. employs 200 people in Springfield Missouri and about 70-percent of them are directly involved in custom stainless steel tank fabrication.
Tanks are used to make everything imaginable - from food and drinks to paint, shampoo, pharmaceuticals and cleaners. Taking large sheets of stainless steel and turning it into the tanks used to make these consumer and commercial products is very rewarding work.
To learn about our employment and apprenticeship opportunities at https://www.stainlessfab.com/employment-opportunities.html.
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