Welding and Joining Hosts Speakers
Ogeechee Technical College

The Welding and Joining Technology Program at Ogeechee Technical College was recently visited by Michael Joiner and Alex Cook of the SESOLINC group. SESOLIN is a unique, local manufacturer of deployable solutions for the military. Their mission is to increase operational readiness, capability, and versatility via scalable expeditionary solutions. Some applications of the containers are weapons storage, battery charging systems, amour rooms, and command systems.

Joiner and Cook spoke to the students about the company, their product development, and recruitment. Students were given an opportunity to ask questions at the conclusion of the presentation, then explored one of the company’s military containers. The company employs graduates of OTC’s Welding and Joining Technology Program, including Cook, who is also an adjunct instructor for the OTC program. “This is a great example of Ogeechee Tech helping fulfill the workforce needs of local industries. The jobs provided by companies such as SESOLINC are vital to the success of our graduates, and the support SESOLINC provides the College, such as allowing an employee to teach with us, and serving as guest speakers here on campus, definitely result in win-win scenarios,” stated Lori Durden, OTC president.


Contact Information

Barry Turner
Vice President for College Advancement
Phone: 912.681.5500 | Email: bturner@ogeecheetech.edu

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