OXFORD — Four students received certificates of completion for the professional welding program by Bancroft Contracting Inc. of Paris on May 2.

The 92-hour customized training was a collaboration among Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education, Bancroft Contracting Inc. and Western Maine Community Action/CareerCenter.

The students were offered full-time employment by Bancroft starting immediately. The next program will begin on July 10.

For more information on this or other Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education Career Pathways Programs, contact Heidi Durgin, Career Pathways/College Transitions coordinator, at 207-743-8842, ext. 1545.

Welding students recently completed customized training offered in a collaboration among Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education, Bancroft Contracting Inc. of Paris and Western Maine Community Action/CareerCenter. From left are students Kurtis Polisky and Dustin Paine, Bancroft welding instructor Fred Locke, Bancroft project manager Kyle Lamb, students Ryan Stuart and Christopher Willey, Western Maine Community Action representative Patti Saarinen and Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education director Tina Christophersen.


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