Kaleb Sapien

I found out about Work Force Development Center through my Counselor, Mr. Trace Prael of Legacy High School. I wanted to apply to WFDC because it was a chance to better myself for the Machining and Fabrication Fields that I feel will put me in the right direction in life. The three most important things I have learned since I came to WFDC are Communication, Dedication and How to Use Tools like Calipers. After I graduate, I am hoping to get more education (at Everett Community College Advanced Manufacturing Program) for my field to eventually become either a CNC Machinist or start a Fabrication Business.

Kaleb S. / Open Doors Marysville / October 2020 Trainee of the Month