GRINDING: PJC-Sulphur Springs Center welding student Harlie Harred of Sulphur Bluff is grinding on a backing strip during a recent class period. She is working toward certification in structural welding. To inquire about workforce or academic classes at the PJC-Sulphur Springs campus, call 903-885-1232.
WELDING: Maverick Maxey, left, and Billy Hill enroll in the welding program at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center. This program will train welders to work in the trailer industry. Enrollment is open now.
ENROLLING: Brooklynn Shackelford of Sulphur Springs registers for the spring semester at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center with the assistance of Testing Proctor Cathey Martin. Spring classes begin Tuesday, Jan. 17.
GETTING READY: PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Education Advisor Maria Zuniga, right, observes as Pedro Mendoza fills out paper work to enroll in the spring semester as the Sulphur Springs campus. For information about classes and registration requirements, call 903-885-1232.
NEW SEMESTER: Returning students Sarah Harper, center, and Jasmine Gutierrez, both of Sulphur Springs, receive registration papers from PJC-Suphur Springs Center Secretary Stephanie Koepke to begin the spring semester.
INSPECTING JOB– PJC welding shop Instructor John Plemons, center, inspects welding jobs completed by students Harlie Harred of Dike, left, and Ethan Ford of Lone Oak, right. Harred is a structural welding student and Ford is in the advanced welding class.
TAKING NOTES– Amber Berry, left, and Raegan Speir listen and take notes during one of Instructor Ken Haley’s English classes at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center classes.
SPANISH LESSON– PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Spanish Instructor Mayra Cummings works with students Lindsey Welch, left, and Ofelia Cabrera, both of Sulphur Springs, during a recent class.
Contributed by Paul Bailey