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October 3, 2017
The SMART Heroes program is expected to graduate its inaugural class today at the Western Washington Sheet Metal JATC in DuPont. The class is made up of eight soon-to-be-veterans of the U.S. Army. The program was launched in August to provide free sheet metal industry training to military personnel who plan to enter civilian life within the year. Graduates can choose from more than 150 apprenticeship programs, and get advanced placement as a second-year sheet metal apprentice. SMART is the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers.