Howdie Brandon Viveros!

Brandon Viveros is Senior at George Ranch HS. Welding is something he enjoys doing.


By Jalen Williams, Staff Writer

The Wrangler: How would you describe the welding course at George Ranch High School? 

Viveros: It’s pretty fun, we work on projects all day.

The Wrangler: What would you say is the most challenging aspect of welding?

Viveros: Having little sparks land on you and burn you a little bit, other than that, it’s pretty straight forward. You just have to stay focused.

The Wrangler: When did you start welding? Why?

Viveros: Sophomore year, it looked pretty interesting and seemed like a good skill to know.

The Wrangler: Is the welding class at George Ranch HS very strict, or do you have a lot of individual freedom?

Viveros: It’s pretty strict on safety, be we get our freedoms in creativity.

The Wrangler: What do you plan to achieve through welding?

Viveros: I am in the process of getting certified on welding.

The Wrangler: What opportunities can come through being certified in welding?

Viveros: Through being certified, it implies that I know what I am doing in welding. I can pass the required job tests to ensure the quality of my wields.

The Wrangler: How did the agriculture class at George Rang HS influence your passion to become certified in welding?

Viveros: I liked the teacher, and I felt as if I was pretty good at it.

The Wrangler: What do you do in your welding class?

Viveros: We work on various projects, like pits and deer feeders.

The Wrangler: What is a memorable experience that you have had through welding? 

Viveros: Passing my welding test to become certified.

The Wrangler: What is the most challenging task you have encountered in welding?

Viveros: Learning different welding positions.