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  1. #1
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    Free college and work

    Yep, I'm very new on this forum and tried the search function to see if this has been discussed before but didn't see it, so apologies if it has been posted or is a tired subject.

    I've a couple of friends that work for this company, NUCOR, and they are happy with the pay/ benefits package. Both have commented that this program does not get many applicants, at least not in proportion for the opportunity it presents. While not a welding job... certainly related

    Free college, and they pay you a wage while in class...

    http://www.nucor.com/careers/academy/

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    Re: Free college and work

    What is your question???
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    Re: Free college and work

    No question, rather a link to an educational opportunity and / or job opportunity.

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    Re: Free college and work

    Looks like a good deal if there isn't a "hitch". free tuition(provided a 3.0gpa) and paid to take classes... If I wasn't already in the engineering/manufacturing trade, Id consider it.. If i saw a legit degree program, id still look at it lol. kinda lacking some info on the site tho
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    Re: Free college and work

    This sounds like a good opportunity for some of those college students that are demanding a free education. Oh wait,, this opportunity involves some real work. OK never mind.

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    Re: Free college and work

    Ain't nuthin free in life, somehow, someway, someone pays for it.
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    Re: Free college and work

    that link is not valid anymore but the company one is newcor.com
    Last edited by Hobbytime; 03-29-2018 at 03:57 PM.

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    Re: Free college and work

    between the falling ladle disaster/explosion where 100 tons of molten steel fell and various other injuries and deaths i've read about i would think twice about working for nucor.
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    Re: Free college and work

    Quote Originally Posted by docwelder View Post
    between the falling ladle disaster/explosion where 100 tons of molten steel fell and various other injuries and deaths i've read about i would think twice about working for nucor.
    Sounds like this place:

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    Re: Free college and work

    Quote Originally Posted by Weldalittle View Post
    Sounds like this place:
    we don't need no stinkin' osha
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    Re: Free college and work

    Quote Originally Posted by CAVEMANN View Post
    Ain't nuthin free in life, somehow, someway, someone pays for it.
    HMMM Similar to something I've said that's gotten me slapped a time......... or eight

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