Workshops for Warriors Graduates Largest Class


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A total of 46 veterans/wounded warriors graduated from Workshops for Warriors last month at its San Diego, California facility, making that class the largest graduating class to date for the organization. This is a triumph not only for the students and the organization, but for the industry as well, since large and small manufacturing organizations across the country just gained 46 new skilled workers where they are desperately needed.

“We’re the only accredited nonprofit providing veterans with these opportunities. Not only do we offer state-of-the-art equipment, computers and facilities, but most importantly, all training is at no cost to veterans,” says Hernàn Luis y Prado, founder of Workshops for Warriors. “We’re extremely proud of our graduates and look forward to continuing our 100 percent placement rate.”

Each semester runs 16 weeks and offers students credentials from industry organizations such as the National Institute for Metalworking Skills, Mastercam University, and SolidWorks

To learn about enrollment or donating to help support Workshops for Warriors and its mission, visit the website