WELDING & MANUFACTURING: Ball HS I&E Community

 

These jobs may be in a factory, plant or mill anywhere new products are created. Twelve million Americans have careers in manufacturing! The Manufacturing program of study focuses on planning, and managing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products. Machining, Welding, Engineering, and Precision Metal.

 

Manufacturing industries create new products from raw materials or other components.

 

Fastest Growing Career Opportunities

  • Welder

  • Machinist

  • Technician

Certifications and Licensures

  • AWS D1.1

  • NCCER

  • OSHA 10

  • Forklift Operator

 High Paying Careers

  • Manufacturing Engineer $120,000

  • Underwater Welder $90,000

  • Machinery Mechanic $50,000

 

GISD and Galveston College Four-Year Course Sequence Welding

Ball HS Program Coordinator: Mr. Charlie Boland

Galveston College Program Coordinator:

Mr. James Love

GISD Career & Technology Education

P O Box 660, Galveston, TX 77553

Hours

Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm

Phone

409.766.5802

Fax

409.763.6475

Email

CTE Director Eric Paul

ericpaul@gisd.org

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