New Castle Career Center Honors Precision Machining & Welding Program Students

The New Castle Career Center held a Signing Day on May 17 to honor students from the Precision Machining and Welding Program. Signing Day is a day to recognize students who will be working as full-time employees with their internship employer, or who will be going on to continue their education with the INFAME program from Vincennes University and working with their employers to complete their degree.  

New Castle Career Center Director, Mackenzie Jackson, noted that “this program is a celebration of the partnership between the sending high schools, Career Center Instructors, generous and dedicated employers, and hard-working students.”

Welding students recognized during this event include Adrian Adkins, Kaleb Hedges, Chase Mingle, Dillon True, Andrew Evans, and Lane Neal. Machine Trade students were Benjamin Jacobs, Elias Hamm, Michael McDaniel, and Alec Ramsey. Connor Pyle will be participating in the INFAME program through his employer. 

The Career Center is thankful for the committed employers who work with the students to develop their skills. Some of our partnering employers are Major Tool and Machine, Magna Machine, Crown, Nixon Tool, Indiana Bridge, Hoosier Feeder, Metal Art, TS Tech, and Nestle.  

For more information regarding the Precision Machining & Welding Program at the New Castle Career Center, follow the New Castle Career Center on Facebook, visit their website at, or call them at (765) 593-6680. 

Story provided by Brittany Dicken for New Castle Career Center.

Images from Precision Machining and Welding Program’s Signing Day