The Great Closets Challenge is coming to AWFS 2021, July 20-22. Register now for a chance to show off your skills and compete for prizes.
Along with registering for the show, exhibitors and attendees are also able to reserve hotel rooms at discounted rates.
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- In July, the Society of Wood Manufacturing (SWM), a Southern California industry-education focused group, recognized a challenge that many high school woodworking teachers would soon face as the new school year began: how to teach woodworking while students are distance learning due to the pandemic.
Due to the global outbreak and spreading of the Coronavirus, U.S. small and medium-sized manufacturing businesses have experienced significant impacts to their businesses. For some, it has created setbacks that have affected their ability to survive both during the Coronavirus pandemic and afterwards.
AWFS will monitor the job board closely to be sure AWFS members and the industry are benefiting for open jobs and needed skills.
Skills USA is serves middle school, high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations.
In Design it Digital, students are presented with three hypothetical scenarios in which a client is asking for a custom piece of furniture.
Woodworking Network contributor Matt Buell asks Lisa Ayala from LIGNIA to explain the finer points of its modified pine: From the science of how it's made, to practical applications, and where to buy it.
By David Biggs