Welcome New Members & Renewing Sponsors

The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America is pleased to welcome four new EDUcation™ member schools, one new MANufacturing™ members  and five new INDustry™ Sponsors. We also welcome back two sponsors for a second year.

Thank you for your membership and support!

EDUcation™ Members
Beloit Memorial High School, Beloit, WI
Crosby-Ironton High School, Crosby, MN
Hillcrest High School, Midvale, UT
Kettle Moraine High School, Wales, WI

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MANufacturing™ Members
Advanced Fixtures Inc., Farmersville, TX

New INDustry™ Gold Sponsors
Lutz Woodworks,
Wylie, TX
Hafele America, Archdale, NC
Newman Machine,
Browns Summit, NC
Tualatin, OR
ShopBot Tools,
Durham, NC

INDustry™ Gold Sponsor Renewals
WoodEd Table by Mimbus, Chicago, IL 

INDustry™ Silver Sponsor Renewals
Aiken Controls,
Lenoir, NC

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Welcome New Members & Renewed Sponsors!

The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America is pleased to welcome 17 new EDUcation™ member schools, three new MANufacturing members  and five INDustry™ Sponsors. We also welcome back a baker’s dozen sponsors for a second year.

Thank you for your membership and support!

EDUcation™ Members

Arrowhead High School, Hartland, WI
Belleville High School, Belleville, WI
Bradford High School, Kenosha, WI
Des Moines East High School, Des Moines, IA
Franklin High School, Portland, OR
Havelock High School, New Bern, NC
Indian Trail High School, Kenosha, WI
Jacksboro ISD, Jacksboro, TX
New Bern High School, New Bern, NC
Pisgah High School, Waynesville, NC
Pueblo County High School, Pueblo, CO
Redmond High School, Redmond, OR
Reynolds High School, Troutdale, OR
Smoky Mountain High School, Sylva, NC
Tremper High School, Kenosha, WI
Wolfe County High School, Campton, KY
Yukon Education, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory

Find a WCA EDUcation™ woodworking program in your area.

MANufacturing™ Members
California Designers Choice Custom Cabinetry, Camarillo, CA
Danlee Wood Products – Forreston, IL
Multi-Housing Depot – Burlington, NJ

New INDustry™ Gold Sponsors
Gemini Coatings
, Reno, OK
Pro-Ply Custom Plywood, Brampton, ON
, Duluth, GA
Stiles Machinery, Grand Rapids, MI

New INDustry™ Silver Sponsors
Sorrelli Woodwork Consultants,
Brooklyn, NY
Weima North America, Fort Mill, SC

INDustry™ Gold Sponsor Renewals
Atlantic Plywood, Woburn, MA
Columbia Forest Products, Greensboro, NC
Daniels-Olsen, A Metro Hardwoods Company, Sioux Falls, SD
Intermountain Wood Products, Salt Lake City, UT
M.L. Campbell, Ft. Erie, ON
Milesi Wood Coatings, Charlotte, NC
North American Building Material Distribution Association (NBMDA), Chicago, IL
OHARCO, Lincoln, NE
Rev-A-Shelf, Louisville, KY
Web Don, Charlotte, NC
Wurth Group North America, Ramsey, NJ

INDustry™ Silver Sponsor Renewals
Suwanee, GA
Lutz Woodworks, Wylie, TX

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WCA EDUcation Donations: Worth the Price of Subscription

Free and highly-discounted products more than cover the annual fee for high school and postsecondary woodshops to belong to the Woodwork Career Alliance.

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There are many good reasons for high school and postsecondary woodworking programs to become EDUcation™ members of the Woodwork Career Alliance of North America.

Most importantly, being affiliated with the WCA’s industry-recognized credentialing program adds credibility to the school’s woodshop curriculum as aspiring to professional standards. In addition, instructors gain access to a treasure trove of training tools including the WCA Woodworking Skill Standards, how-to videos, past SkillsUSA project plans and other online resources. EDU-member instructors also can apply for financial support and scholarships to benefit their students and personal development.

In case those benefits are not compelling enough to justify the modest annual $250 investment for WCA EDUcation membership, then consider the value of the WCA Essentials™ Benefits Package. It more than outweighs the cost to join.

“The Essentials Benefits Package offers useful resources for any woodworking program,” said Patrick Molzahn, treasurer of the WCA and director of the cabinetmaking and millwork program at Madison Area Technical College of Madison, WI. “From consumables such as screws, glue, and veneer, to access to exclusive online information from Taunton Press and training from Stiles Machinery, the package easily offers more value than the cost of the annual membership.”

Tom Hillstead and Mark Smith are just two instructors of WCA EDUcation schools who appreciate receiving the free and discounted products to benefit their programs.

“Being on a tight budget, every little bit helps,” said Hillstead, cabinetmaking instructor at St. Paul College of St. Paul, MN. “We always receive products that we can use in our shop. The donation packages are a great benefit to our program and more than worth the annual WCA membership cost.”

“The support our program receives from industry suppliers through the WCA has been invaluable,” said Smith, industrial technology teacher at Reed-Cutler High School of Braidwood, IL. “We put to use everything that is supplied to enhance the curriculum we are delivering. Though the Reed-Custer school district has been very supportive, my program always needs items that are beyond what the budget can support. The support my program has received over the years from industry has made all the difference.”

The Essentials Benefit Package being offered to WCA EDUcation members for the 2018-19 school year includes:

WCA Gold Sponsor Bessey Tools North America of Cambridge, ON – 40% discount on all clamps and other products;

CabWriter of Easthampton, MA – 40% discount on CabWriter Cabinet Design Software;

Franklin International of Columbus, OH – two gallons of Titebond wood glue;

Quickscrews of Livermore, CA – $50 credit toward the purchase of wood screws and fasteners;

Rockler Woodworking & Hardware of Medina, MN – assorted Rockler products;

Stiles University of Grand Rapids, MI – one tuition-free registration annually to WCA EDUcation member instructors;

Taunton Press of Newtown, CT – complimentary digital memberships to  and; and

Veneer Technologies of Newport, NC – 150 square feet of decorative hardwood veneer.

To learn more about becoming a WCA EDUcation member visit

For more information about becoming a WCA Essentials Benefit Package donor, contact Scott Nelson, WCA president, at 402-610-6043 or


About the Woodwork Career Alliance
The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America was founded in 2007 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and is governed by a volunteer board of directors. The WCA’s mission is to develop and administer a unified set of Skill Standards for the wood products industry. Since 2011, WCA has developed observable and measurable performance standards and assessments for more than 240 woodworking machine operations. In addition, WCA has issued over 1,800 credentials, a portable, personal permanent record documenting each holder’s record of woodworking skill achievements. More than 100 high schools and post-secondary schools throughout North America are WCA EDUcation™ members. To learn more about the WCA and how to get involved with its programs, including sponsorship opportunities, visit


Welcome New WCA Members and Sponsors!

The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America is pleased to welcome eight new EDUcation™ member schools and five new INDustry™ Sponsors.

Thank you for your membership and support!

EDUcation™ Members
Boyceville High School, Boyceville, WI
Dobson High School, Mesa, AZ
Junction City High School, Junction City, OR
Mesa High School, Mesa, AZ
Mountain View High School, Mesa, AZ
Sheboygan Falls High School, Sheboygan Falls, WI
The Master’s Craftsmen, Ozark, MO
Tim Lucas Custom Woodworks, Bell, FL

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INDustry™ Gold Sponsors
Bessey Tools of North America, Cambridge, ON
Wood-Ed Table by Mimbus, Chicago, IL

Industry™ Sawblade Sponsors
Brookhuis America, Suwanee, GA
Deerwood Fasteners, Conover, NC
Titus Plus, Seattle, WA

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