Industrial Technology Coordinator Brian Bennett works with student Charles Broach at Hill College. 

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The Hill College Welding Department—an American Welding Society SENSE Level 1 school—offers classes year round and allows students to start on their welding education in each of the three semesters. 

Industrial Technology Coordinator Brian Bennett works with student Charles Broach at Hill College. 

The predominant welding processes performed by the companies that make up Hill College’s advisory committee are MIG and Dual-Shield Flux Cored, hence a heavy focus on these processes in the school’s advanced MIG welding classes. 

With a congressional grant received through the office of U.S. Congressman Chet Edwards, Hill College was able to outfit the new facility with a number of new machines, including five Syncrowave 200s. 

Hill College applied for and won a JET grant (Jobs and Education for Texans) which allowed the college to purchase 22 XMT 304 MIGRunner packages for its Hill County Campus.