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Seacoast School of Technology welcomes new welding instructor


EXETER — Seacoast School of Technology recently welcomed Joseph Biladeau as the new instructor for its two-year welding and fabrication program.

Biladeau, a graduate of SST’s building construction and welding programs, holds a degree in welding technology from Manchester Community College, has extensive welding experience from Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, served as a welder/fabricator at GE Aviation and has instructing experience from Great Bay Community College.  

“We’re delighted to bring Joe on board as our new welding instructor,” said Sharon Wilson, principal at SST. “Part of what makes our program successful is the fact that our instructors have real-world experience to add to their individual teaching styles. This combination enriches our students’ experience and helps make them job-ready while also being eligible to earn credits that will transfer to a local community college.”



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