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Lincoln Electric is Committed to Supporting Current & Future Members of the Welding Community

Shared knowledge is the foundation of all progress. Lincoln Electric is dedicated to advancing the welding trade through education as well as safe, reliable and cost-effective arc welding design and practice worldwide. Among the ways we educate people about the art and science of welding is through our interaction with welders and welding instructors.

The James F. Lincoln Foundation, our involvement with youth organizations and skilled trades, and our presence on social media are all avenues that allow us to inform and inspire the welders of today and tomorrow.

 

The James F. Lincoln Foundation

The JFLF is a non-profit, welding education organization founded in 1936 to promote welding as a better method of joining metals and to promote welding as a career choice.

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Trade Organizations

Lincoln Electric is committed to providing the union skilled trades with leading edge welding safety and welding technology.

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Youth Organizations

Lincoln Electric is a proud supporter of several student organizations including the 4-H, FFA, Boy Scouts of America, SkillsUSA and WorldSkills International.

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