CAL WOMEN TECH PROJECT
El Camino College is one of eight California community colleges selected to participate
in the innovative Cal WomenTech project, with a goal to increase the number of women enrolled and retained in traditionally
male technology occupations.
For more information about the Cal Women Tech Project: Cal Women Tech Project
By completing the welding degree or certificate requirements, students gain proficiency in the following welding processes: oxy-acetylene cutting, plasma arc cutting, brazing and welding, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, and flux cored welding, all the while preparing students for employment in the field.
"I tell people to not be scared to try it; it doesn't hurt to try, these are high
paying jobs. As long as the state keeps growing, they're going to need welders."