For female welders, an instant bond

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For female welders, an instant bond

Three set out on new career path at community college
Kami Fitzgerald works on a welding assignment at Southwest Colorado Community College. Fitzgerald, who has a Rosie the Riveter tattoo, admires the women of World War II who volunteered to build the country’s warplanes, tanks and battleships.
Jenevieve Guill and Marian Yazzie prepare to make a plasma cut during class at Southwest Colorado Community College. “I’ve always been fascinated about how things come together,” Guill said.

For female welders, an instant bond

Kami Fitzgerald works on a welding assignment at Southwest Colorado Community College. Fitzgerald, who has a Rosie the Riveter tattoo, admires the women of World War II who volunteered to build the country’s warplanes, tanks and battleships.
Jenevieve Guill and Marian Yazzie prepare to make a plasma cut during class at Southwest Colorado Community College. “I’ve always been fascinated about how things come together,” Guill said.
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