GE Appliances’ announced a partnership with Kershaw County Schools’ Woolard Technology Center (WTC) as part of its commitment to hiring and developing local manufacturing professionals at our new $70 million state-of-the-art water heating manufacturing plant in Camden, South Carolina. WTC students will use lessons learned from classroom instruction in a real world setting as they work at GEA’s new and innovative water heating manufacturing plant.
The GEA Woolard Technology Center Intern program is a paid opportunity offering flexible schedules while students complete their high school education and begin their journey toward a great career with a growing company. The new plant includes advanced systems for metal fabrication and welding, robotics for material handling and processing, and enameling of the steel. Students in the mechatronics and welding programs were selected as the first cohort of GEA interns at the Camden facility.