Air Force Veterans: Choose a Welding Career

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Veterans’ benefits can make transition from military to civilian life a bit easier. One interesting career possibility for Air Force veterans looking to make that transition is the welding profession. There are Air Force scholarships through the G.I. bill that give veterans funds to learn the skills to become a professional welder.

Welding is the act of permanently joining metal parts by fusing them together with heat. It is most common in the manufacturing industry, and everything from cars to electronics requires welding. The career offers a variety of applications and career paths, and for people who don’t find a 9 to 5 job appealing, welding offers a great way to utilize their talents and fulfill their professional goals.

Getting the Right Training

Veterans can get training at a number of Air Force friendly schools, including Tulsa Welding School with campuses in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Jacksonville, Florida. Students will learn the theory and the practical aspects of welding though both classroom and hands-on training.

Using Veterans’ Benefits for Welding School

If you are considering attending welding school, you can contact us today to find out how you can utilize your military benefits to help pay for your welding education*. If you are interested in learning more about welding careers, you have nothing to lose by visiting the Air Force friendly campus of Tulsa Welding School near you. You served your country, and now it’s time for your reward. Your new career awaits you.

*Tulsa Welding Schools have GI Bill and MyCAA Eligible programs available for Veterans, active duty, and dependents. Check with our local campus for eligibility specifics.

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Department of Veterans Affairs G.I. Bill Website