Central Moloney Inc. announced today its partnership with the Watson Chapel School District to enhance workforce development specifically focusing on educating, training, and mentoring students to pursue full-time employment and a career in Welding. Chris Hart President/CEO of Central Moloney and Superintendent Andrew Curry joined the Oldies 1013 morning show to make the announcement to the public.

In the press release, Central Moloney highlighted that while using the WCHS campus to house the program they will be going “all in” to help make this effort a success with a first-year investment of $100,000. Curry spoke more about this partnership and its commitment during the interview.

Hart mentioned in their press release that Central Moloney will provide all of the equipment and material needed to make their facility on campus top-notch. After being asked about the salary for welding, Hart said that straight out of school they can start making $75,000 at Central Moloney. Morning show host Greg Horne mentioned those students that may feel like they have no hope due to a lack of opportunities now will have access to alternative options, and Curry responded this way.