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WCA releases winter newsletter

The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America recently released the Winter edition of Pathways, a quarterly newsletter devoted to highlighting woodworking education and workforce development activities.

Highlights include:

  • A profile of Mick McGowan, a veteran cabinetmaker and college woodworking instructor leading the charge to spark Canadian interest and involvement with the WCA.
  • How Lutz Woodworks of Wylie, Texas, has developed a strong bond with the Dale Jackson Career Center’s woodworking program.
  • The North American Building Material Distribution Association and 14 of its members have signed on as Gold Sponsors of the WCA.

To receive the newsletter, visit www.woodworkcareer.org.

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