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B&W Pantex metal worker uses 3D Tyrannosaurus Rex puzzle to showcase career

Posted By Greg Cunningham, Pantex Public Affairs

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B&W Pantex metal worker Charles Thomas runs a water jet machine cutting out pieces for a 3-D Tyrannosaurus Rex puzzle. The metal shop employees completed the puzzles to present at Tuesday’s 30th annual Step UP to Success program, where middle school students from across Amarillo, Texas, come to learn about various career options.

Thomas presented a program on pursuing a career in the skilled trades, using the puzzles to show what is possible in the hands of a skilled craftsman. Other Pantexans made presentations about careers in emergency services and engineering.

Posted on April 5, 2012 at 10:01 am ET