JARP recently donated used machinery and tools to the North Central Wisconsin Work Development Board to be used in their no-cost pre-apprenticeship program.
NCWWDB recognizes the current labor crisis in manufacturing. With the majority of the manufacturing workforce retiring over the next decade, NCWWDB is dedicating its time finding ways to ensure future machinists have all of their necessary tools to jump into the workforce.
Utilizing the tools and machinery donated by JARP, the 14-week free apprenticeship program will provide students with 12 credits of Mid-State’s Machine Tool Technician Program, and all the entry-level skills needed to get started in the field, or join a full time apprenticeship.
REMAN reuses 1.5 million pounds of steel and tens of thousands of gallons of oil per year.
Congruent with our commitment to sustainability, our donation will help sustain the life cycle of these tools and machinery. JARP Remanufacture business is a critical part of JARP’s Green/Recycling Initiative. JARP RE is dedicated to using, repairing, and remanufacturing existing machinery cylinders to prevent sourcing new materials. REMAN reuses 1.5 million pounds of steel and tens of thousands of gallons of oil per year, saving the metal & petroleum products from going into our landfills.
JARP has a long standing tradition of supporting the future generations of machinists. Community support is a part of the JARP company culture, and we are so happy to be able to gift these tools and parts to our friends at the North Central Wisconsin Work Development Board. To learn more about the program, or to sign up, click here. Or, check out our website to learn more about our community involvement.