Sheet metal student Cindy Claiborne is one of the Wichita Area Technical College students being trained for jobs at Spirit AeroSystems. Their training is being paid for by a grant from the state and is similar to the type of job training programs that could happen locally if the sales tax passes. When the students graduate at the end of this month, after two months of training, they will have entry-level jobs waiting for them at Spirit.
Sheet metal student Cindy Claiborne is one of the Wichita Area Technical College students being trained for jobs at Spirit AeroSystems. Their training is being paid for by a grant from the state and is similar to the type of job training programs that could happen locally if the sales tax passes. When the students graduate at the end of this month, after two months of training, they will have entry-level jobs waiting for them at Spirit. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
Sheet metal student Cindy Claiborne is one of the Wichita Area Technical College students being trained for jobs at Spirit AeroSystems. Their training is being paid for by a grant from the state and is similar to the type of job training programs that could happen locally if the sales tax passes. When the students graduate at the end of this month, after two months of training, they will have entry-level jobs waiting for them at Spirit. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

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