Graduates of all our Women’s Welding courses with good attendance who’ve gone above and beyond are eligible to apply to our paid apprenticeship program along with other ongoing opportunities. Our project-by-project based paid apprenticeships focus on functional community pieces, hands on experience, and team building.
- Open to eligible Guild Graduates (18+ Ages)
- Apprentices shadow lead designer to learn Fabrication Steps
- Stipends available for hands on experience
- Proceeds support the Guild
Fitzmark – 2017
Corporate Branded / Custom Art
In 2017, local Artist Ash Robinson and Consuelo Poland; Founder of Latinas Welding Guild Inc, were approached by Fitzmark about doing a corporate branded piece for their entry way. Ash’s experience as a woodworker and position at the Eiteljorg helped with the fine woodworking and installation of her design for this large scale piece. Consuelo’s previous welding and fabrication experience supported the construction of this original piece while adding in a custom end table to match the entry way.
School 91- 2017
Custom Outdoor Tables
In 2017, this set out outdoor tables was designed by Consuelo Poland and Fabricated and Installed by Loran Bohall with Bohall Design and Fabrication for a Keeping Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) project with School 91.
Photo Credit: Bohall Design and Fabrication
Tlaolli Gate – 2018
Custom Arch / Gate
In 2018, the Latina’s Welding Guild was approached by Tlaolli; an east side Mexican restaurant, and Englewood CDC; Community Development Corporation to fabricate a custom entrance for Tlaolli funded by LISC INDY; Local Initiatives Support Corporation.
Through our Apprentice Program we were able to provide a stipend for a hands on experience for our two Guild Graduates Carolina Figueroa and Diana Muñoz to shadow Consuelo Poland throughout the Fabrication Process.
Photo Credit: Chapital Photography