Category: Media Coverage

Metal Supermarkets Eager to Raise Awareness of the Benefits of Trade Schools and Careers

Stephen Schober, President and CEO of Metal Supermarkets weighs in on the survey conducted a few months ago by Metal Supermarkets, on young adults' (aged 18-24) perceptions and knowledge of attending trade schools.

Metal Supermarkets Franchisee Donates Metal to Local Schools for Students to Gain Job Experience

High school students are faced with the tough decision of whether to attend trade school, giving them a high chance of getting a job straight out of school, or attending a four year college program which comes with a high cost.

Metal Supermarkets Indianapolis (West) Gets Showcased on FOX59 News

Jesse Johnson, Franchisee of the newly opened Metal Supermarkets Indianapolis (West) was interviewed on FOX59 News.

Comparing Service Industry Jobs to Trade Jobs

"There are so many capable people in the Kent, Washington area and good votech (vocational technical) trade schools, but we have so many people who are always on the hunt for qualified workers.

Metal Supermarkets Provides Training for and Hires Recent Trade School Graduates

A survey conducted by Metal Supermarkets revealed that over half of young adults said they've never considered going to trade school.

Metal Supermarkets Stresses the Need for Skilled Trades People

Patrick O’Toole of Metal Supermarkets Vaughan gets interviewed on Rogers TV's #BrantLife to discuss a recent survey conducted by Metal Supermarkets which addresses young adults' perceptions of trade school.

Ending the Stigma Behind Trade Schools and Jobs

"Half of students coming out of high school aren't even aware of trade programs at all," says Franchisee of Metal Supermarkets Rockford Nick Voigt.

Metal Supermarkets Sparks Student Interest in Welding

A projected 400 jobs will be added in the welding industry in Indiana by 2020, and schools are working to ensure students are trained and prepared to enter the workforce.