Canby Manufacturer Seeks Trainees for Welding Internship

 Canby manufacturer JV Northwest is partnering with Clackamas Community College to recruit and train 20 new welders in the next six months. The program includes a paid internship in welding and fabrication and is designed to lead to full-time work.

The program is geared toward individuals who have some welding experience or welding training and are seeking additional training. The training lasts for 10 weeks, and during the training, the participants will work part time at JV Northwest. Once the program is complete, the candidate will be eligible for work in the Fabrication Department at JV Northwest.

JV Northwest produces stainless steel pressure vessels for the brewing, wine, dairy, pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

Applicants to the program must have a high school diploma or GED and pass a drug screening, criminal background check and a physical exam.

Workforce Development Services at CCC is recruiting students for these positions and working with the Oregon Employment Department to locate qualified applicants. Funding for the training is provided by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and CASE (Credentials Acceleration and Support for Employment) grant.

For more information, contact Thomas Brown at thomasb@clackamas.edu

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