Lincoln School Returns to the Yard
At the end of August this year, our amazing partners at the Lincoln School returned for a one-week educational partnership in both metals and light metals- culminating in a final show and tell at the end of the program.
The welding students, instructed by Amber Dauphinee and Courtney Mcphail, walked away with experience in MIG welding, using the acetylene torch, plasma cutting and grinding.
The jewelry students, instructed by Steven Kaplan-Pistiner (KP) , learned to solder, use the drill press, hammer, and saw and file.
Individuals, schools, non-profit organizations, and businesses are invited to work with The Steel Yard to create a unique Educational Partnership. Educational Partnerships feature a workshop or class whose curriculum is customized to meet your goals, and enrollment is exclusive to your group. Whether you’re a family who wants to learn to weld together on a weekend, a group of friends who want to delve into ceramics for a couple of evenings a week, or a high school that wants a special program for juniors to experience blacksmithing in the summer, we’re here to help you make that happen.
How do Educational Partnerships at the Yard work?
Step 1. Make a request
All Education Programs start with a conversation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s get started!
Step 2. Consultation & Paperwork
We discuss your request with you, provide a cost estimate and then draft up the contracts
Step 3. Planning
We’ll work with you to ensure that your program is custom-designed to meet your needs.