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Fifty schools join Woodwork Career Alliance

The Woodwork Career Alliance, developers of the Manufacturing Skill Standards for the wood products manufacturing industry, signed up 50 schools in its EDUcation membership program.

Many of the schools were formerly with WoodLINKS USA, which ceased operation in the summer of 2013.

New members received donated products from Franklin Adhesives, Veneer Tech, QuickScrews and Taunton Press.

Schools that would like to learn more about the EDUcation program can visit the WCA web site at

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