Welding Together Technical Skills And Ethics At A Helena High School

Nov 27, 2016

Jim Weber, machine shop teacher at Capital High School in Helena, wants to prepare students for the real world of modern manufacturing. His two-year welding and machining program includes cutting-edge equipment, field trips, internship opportunities and recruiting networks. But it also incorporates formalized curriculum intended to instill a strong work ethic.

Weber says this ethic isn't just hard work. It includes integrity, honesty and character. Two students from Capital High School join in the discussion.  

(Broadcast: "Home Ground Radio", 11/27/16. Listen on the radio or online, Sundays at 11:10 a.m., or via podcast.)