Shared Time

Application Closed. Deadline to apply was April 8.

Aberdeen Location:

450 Atlantic Avenue, Aberdeen 07747


Phone: 732-566-5599
Fax: 732-566-2392


Nicholas Keefe

High School Program Description

This two-year High School program will provide students with hands-on instruction in a variety of welding and metal fabrication processes. Students learn techniques in shielded metal arc, gas metal arc, gas tungsten arc, and flux cored arc welding. Welding related cutting processes covered include: oxy-fuel gas and plasma arc cutting. Upon completion students are prepared for careers in construction, fabrication, and repair of industrial and transportation equipment, including cars, ships, pleasure crafts and aircraft. They are also qualified for employment in the area of structural welding, including the fabrication of bridges, steel structures, pipelines, and boilers. Area industries provide students with work-based welding experience. Students are encouraged to become members of the American Welding Society (AWS) and successful graduates may receive AWS Certification.

Career Pathways

Program Skills And Tasks

Important Qualities

Certificates Upon Graduation:

Monmouth County Vocational School Program Certificate

A man welding on a bus in a workshop.

High School Credits Earned

First Year

Welding  1

10 credits

CTE Math I

5 credits

CTE Science I

5 credits

Second Year

Welding 2

10 credits


5 credits

CTE Science II

5 credits


40 Credits