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Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Students get hands-on instruction in a fluid power dynamics class at Ivy Tech Community College in East Chicago.

June 10, 2013 12:00 am
Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Richard Paez, left, of East Chicago, Ben Herbrand, of Crown Point, and Anthony Caraballo, of Gary, work on a flow control valve during a fluid power dynamics class at Ivy Tech Community College in East Chicago. The American steel industry could welcome thousands of new workers into positions…

March 20, 2013 5:01 pm
Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Instructor John Pasko talks with his students at a fluid power dynamics class at Ivy Tech Community College in East Chicago.

March 20, 2013 5:01 pm
Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Steel industry looks to entice younger workers

Shawn Glenn, of Cedar Lake, and Kevin Malone, of Gary, discuss types of actuators at a fluid power dynamics class at Ivy Tech Community College in East Chicago.

March 20, 2013 5:01 pm
Union wages rival college incomes, beckon young workers

Union wages rival college incomes, beckon young workers

HOBART | Che Taylor tried business management studies at Ivy Tech Community College, but after a semester and a half, the Gary native knew his real calling was to follow his dad -- a retired U.S. Steel steelworker -- into the mills.

September 05, 2011 12:00 am Photos

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Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Jim Shebesh, technical assistant for heating and cooling at the United Steelworkers/ArcelorMittal Career Development Center in Burns Harbor, gives a tour Wednesday of a new training house that helps educate steelworkers for energy auditing jobs. The energy audit certification classes began l…

July 20, 2011 11:50 am
Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Jim Shebesh, technical assistant for heating and cooling at the United Steelworkers/ArcelorMittal Career Development Center in Burns Harbor, points out features of a new training house Wednesday during a tour. The center's energy audit certification classes for steelworkers began last year.

July 20, 2011 11:50 am
Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Jim Shebesh, technical assistant for heating and cooling at the United Steelworkers/ArcelorMittal Career Development Center in Burns Harbor, gives a tour Wednesday of a new training house that helps educate steelworkers for energy auditing jobs.

July 20, 2011 11:50 am
Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

John Myers, project coordinator at the United Steelworkers/ArcelorMittal Career Development Center in Burns Harbor, talks Wednesday about a geothermal machine used to train and certify building energy auditors coming through the program. The program received a nearly $4.7 million grant from …

July 20, 2011 11:50 am
Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Jim Shebesh, technical assistant for heating and cooling at the United Steelworkers/ArcelorMittal Career Development Center in Burns Harbor, gives a tour Wednesday of a new training house that helps educate steelworkers for energy auditing jobs.

July 20, 2011 11:45 am
Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

Energy auditor training for steelworkers featured at summit

John Myers, project coordinator at the United Steelworkers/ArcelorMittal Career Development Center in Burns Harbor, displays certificates for a student who completed a training program before giving a tour of the center.

July 20, 2011 11:45 am
Program points workers to careers in steel

Program points workers to careers in steel

Andrew Sweeney said it wasn't part of his initial plan to work in the steel industry. Hired earlier this year as an electrical maintenance technician working at ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor, Sweeney said his thoughts changed once he enrolled in a training program that helped him snag a job wit…

December 19, 2010 12:00 am Photos

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Region families, friends struggle with loss of loved ones killed on the job

Region families, friends struggle with loss of loved ones killed on the job

Beyond the statistics of workplace safety dangers are the families and friends of at least 316 region workers who lost their lives laboring in various private and public sector jobs over nearly four decades.

September 05, 2010 12:00 am Photos

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Perils in the workplace

Perils in the workplace

Ava Miller and hundreds of others in the Calumet Region who lost loved ones to workplace dangers in the past four decades measure their pain in the emotional voids left behind. At least 316 workers died, and another 343 injured workers carry the scars of those dangers through lost limbs, dis…

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The memories remain

The memories remain

John Gelon

August 22, 2010 12:00 am Photos

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