Cat Cole intended to become a stem cell researcher before a series of life-changing events led her to follow her passion for woodworking.
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NELSONVILLE, Ohio -- The instructor of Hocking College’s new Cabinetmaking and Architectural Millwork program finds a job that melds his skills and passions.
The presentation will provide guidance for developing an in-house program.
The non-profit Southwest Colorado Education Collaborative was formed via a $3.6 million dollar to support building career and college pathways for students.
Staci Sievert, a technical education instructor at Seymour High School of Seymour, Wis., was recently named a winner of the 2021 Prize for Teacher Excellence Award presented by Harbor Freight Tools for Schools (HFTS).
NELLYSFORD, Va. – The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America has developed a pair of EDUcation credentials, giving woodworking students new opportunities to be recognized for expanding their skills.
While high school woodshops are disappearing at an alarming rate nationally, this small school located in rural North Carolina is looking to expand its new woodworking program.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, and NELYSFORD, Va. -- Woodworking Network and the Woodwork Career Alliance of North America (WCA) have joined forces to conduct a ground-breaking survey exploring the woodworking industry’s most critical workforce development issues.
NELLYSFORD, Va. -- Scott Nelson, president of the Woodwork Career Alliance, rolled up his sleeves to field questions about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the non-profit organization and its core members. He also offered a glimpse of WCA programs and activities moving forward.
Six high school woodworking instructors discuss how COVID-19 slowed, but couldn't stop students driven to earn their WCA Sawblade Certificate. During a year fraught with unexpected stops and starts due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Woodwork Career Alliance of North America (WCA) issued hundreds of Sawblade Certificates.