Not only do we like writing about the amazing women that work in the welding industry, we enjoy reading about other women in the industry!
A Day in the Grueling Life of a New York City Bridge Welder
What it’s like to be one of the few women maintaining New York’s iconic bridges.
Moloney, who is 29, is working as a journeyman and is one of the few female welders (out of a crew of about 100) on the bridge project. She grew up in New Jersey and—thanks to an interest in sculpture—took welding classes in Manhattan’s Chinatown before holding down various gigs as a tattoo artist, freelance illustrator, and café manager. Then she headed to trade school for welding. There, at Apex Tech in Long Island City, she head about the union, Brooklyn’s Ironworkers Local 361. There was a test coming up, and she went for it.
Let us know if you know any amazing women in the welding industry! Or if you are one yourself!