Florence-Darlington Technical College is partnering with Adecco Staffing and Honda of South Carolina to host two hiring events for their welding recruitment program on January 25 and February 1.
The Adecco/Honda welding recruitment program trains men and women in a 64-hour Production MIG welding course that could ultimately lead to a job working within Honda’s Timmonsville manufacturing facility.
The first hiring event will take place at the Continuum (208 West Main Street) in Lake City on January 25 and the second at the Southeastern Institute of Technology (1951 Pisgah Rd, Room 235) in Florence on February 1. Each hiring event will be from 11 a.m – 7 p.m.
Florence Adult Education will be on hand to assess students during the hiring events for eligibility for GED by 23 funds which can help interested parties pay for tuition. Limited scholarships are available to eligible students.
GED by 2023 is an initiative through the S.C. Department of Education Adult Education Office designed to increase the number of GED completions by the year 2023. Through a partnership with the SC Technical College System, individuals who complete a GED or high school diploma through a SC Adult Education office are eligible to receive funds to cover the tuition and fees costs to attend a SC technical college.
Adecco will also be on site to assess individuals and help them apply to go to work as production welders at Honda in Timmonsville.
Anyone who plans to attend the hiring event is asked to please bring a valid identification card.
For more information about the course please contact FDTC Welding Instructor Danny Martin at 843.413.2817 or firstname.lastname@example.org.