CIWLEARNING PODCASTS Episode 2
Great learning and development PODCASTS, news, access, experts and a voice you can trust. In Episode 2, we explore Journeymen Machinist William Hamilton Sr’ learning journey from early childhood to vocational school in the 1950s and eventually Sr Supervisor at General Motors
working with highly sophisticated cutting-edge modeling for future cars and prototypes.
He talks about a time in U.S. history when they didn’t hire Blacks in the skilled trades– he was a Machinist from Trot Vocational High School in Niagara Falls. N.Y. He discusses his views on what it takes to become a creator and innovator; a solid formal education, lots of reading and practice. You won’t want to miss this!
Much, much more; Carborundum, Chevrolet, Pigeon Creek Alabama, Black Lumberjacking, Eglin Airforce Base during WWII and working in the Steel Mill
Check the PODCAST out at Youtube https://youtu.be/77CZ4cl9yNU and be sure to also check out the interactive HTML5 video format after it’s uploaded at https://goo.gl/FzVuQT (when finished uploading). In the meantime, check out the Interactive Articulate Rise supplemental CIWLEARNING PODCAST course that goes along with the PODCAST; all race car development, compression engines, YouTube Channel and Facebook at https://ciwlearning.com/media