The United Association Veterans in Piping (UA VIP) Program is proud to announce the graduation of 15 transitioning active-duty military service members that made up Camp Pendleton UA VIP Welding Class 27.
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Ten transitioning service members of the United Association Veterans in Piping Program (UA VIP) Fort Carson Welding Class 12 celebrated their recent graduation with a congratulatory picnic and networking event in mid-June.
Members of the United Association Veterans in Piping Program (UA VIP) Camp Lejeune Welding Class 10 celebrated their recent graduation with an Open House, where they showed off their welding skills to family and special guests.
The United Association Veterans in Piping Program celebrated the recent graduation of its ninth welding class at Fort Campbell with an Open House, where the graduates showed off their newly obtained welding skills to family and special guests.
On May 3, 20 transitioning active-duty service members of Fort Carson graduated from the free 18-week training program, which teaches active-duty military service members who are preparing to leave the service with lifelong skills to begin a successful career in the pipe trades industry.
“I am extremely proud of all these soldiers,” said Fort Campbell UA VIP Instructor Michael Smith. “Every one of these students has shown endless patience throughout this course. The United Association has provided all of them the opportunity to continue on into a successful career outside the Army and for the rest of their lives.”
The United Association VIP Program would like to acknowledge five students in the Fort Campbell VIP welding class who have obtained their UA 21 welding certification.
After completing 18-weeks of accelerated training, five students in the Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) United Association Veterans in Piping (UA VIP) Program Welding Class 14 graduated on April 12.
The UA VIP Program provides free training to active-duty military service members, who are preparing to leave the service. Each graduate obtains lifelong skills to begin a successful career in the pipe trades industry. The five service members of Class 14 learned basic welding skills and earned welding certifications, which will be put to use after graduation and successful transition from the armed forces. Each member is guaranteed a job that provides a livable wage and good health and retirement benefits.
The United Association Veterans in Piping (VIP) Program proudly announces the graduation of eight active-duty military service members from the UA VIP Joint Base Lewis-McChord HVAC-R Class 13.
HVAC-R Class 13 was made up of seven active-duty Soldiers and one active-duty Airman. Upon graduation from this 18-week career skills program and following their successful transition out of the military, each UA VIP graduate is guaranteed a job in the pipe trades industry with a UA signatory contractor in an agreed upon geographical location. These in-demand jobs, which cannot be outsourced, provide UA VIP graduates with a livable wage and good benefits.
Members of the United Association’s Veterans in Piping HVACR Program at Naval Station Norfolk received a special visit on Feb. 6.
The United Association Veterans in Piping Program (UA VIP) is proud to announce 15 members of the armed forces completed the 26th Welding Class held at Camp Pendleton on Feb. 15.
Fourteen members of the United Association Veterans in Piping Program (UA VIP) Fort Hood Welding Class 10 graduated from the free career-training program on Feb. 15.