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Re: Lincoln VS Hobart Welding Schools, my future plans, a...


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Posted by Stick welding on August 29, 2012 at 21:39:59 from (96.53.210.246):

In Reply to: Lincoln VS Hobart Welding Schools, my future plans, and more posted by Lanse on August 29, 2012 at 09:26:14:

THANKS for the update! The fountain at Hobart is
quite famous and had a major retrofit a few years
ago. I think it's called the Fountain of Unity or
Unity of Man? Really glad you're going forward
with your welding career.

I'm not surprised about Lincoln. The old guy where
I work has been there and said it seems like
everything is a big secret with tons of security.
I'm surprised you didn't look for the 420 foot
wind tower Lincoln put up at their plant. Lincoln
has always had kind of an arrogant attitude. They
do have some very smart people and good products
though. I think Hobart has done a lot more for the
community than Lincoln including building an arena
back in the 50's, I believe.

Interesting Canada is looking for Hobart grads. I
imagine Alberta is one of the provinces looking
and Alberta has really high standards. Is that the
statue dedicated to the first welding instructor
at Hobart? Did you check out the history of
welding display when you were there? Man, I wish I
could have went with you! It looks like a cool
place.

You will learn a lot in 9 month's and most likely
be using top of the line Miller equipment. Maybe
it would be a good idea to wait until you graduate
and then see where the good jobs are before
settling on Texas? It's good you're going to be
doing some pipe welding too. You might find you
really like it and if you get good at it, you can
make the big money!

Thanks again for the update. Be sure to keep us up
to date with your courses.


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