WAVS Welding students are taking on BIG projects!
 
Large-scale projects that welding students complete, like the roof in the photo below, achieve three important goals:

1) They give students hands-on, real-world experience.

2) They meet the needs of the local community (so far, students have installed roofs on two village schools, a small factory, and a warehouse).

3) And they provide the school with a source of revenue. This income — along with the financial support of WAVS Teacher Sponsors and donors like you — helps keep the cost of tuition affordable for all WAVS students.
 
See more welding projects

This holiday season, we invite you to discover 12 unique projects that WAVS welding students work on during their training. We have just a couple days left and will share the last two welding projects on Facebook and Instagram.  
 
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Help us build on the welding program's success. Today, you can Spark Opportunity for a future welding entrepreneur by providing hands-on training for young people like Rumario.

Between now and the end of the year, the Seattle nonprofit One Day's Wages will match every gift made in support of WAVS welding students dollar for dollar up to $15,000!
 
Spark Opportunity
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