Georgetown ROI study ranks Tulsa Welding School Jacksonville among top schools

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Jan. 9, 2020) – According to a recent report from Georgetown University Center on Education and Workforce, StrataTech Education Group’s Tulsa Welding School Jacksonville is among the nation’s top schools for highest returns on investment. The report, “A First Try at ROI: Ranking 4,500 Colleges,” puts the school in the top 3% for short-term ROI and 20% for long-term.

The report ranks the net present value of a credential from 4,500 colleges, ranging public and private four-year colleges to community colleges and for-profit colleges. ROI metrics include costs, future earnings and the time it would take to invest and earn a certain amount of money over 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 years.

“Georgetown’s study reinforces that our TWS Jacksonville students are investing in quality programs that will yield a great return on their investment,” said Mary Kelly, president and CEO of StrataTech Education Group. “Further, we can proudly say that over 84 percent of our students also find employment immediately following graduation.”

Jacksonville’s Tulsa Welding School offers a variety of programs that prepare students for welding, pipefitting and electro-mechanical careers. Students receive training to equip them with the knowledge, technical skills and desired levels of professionalism to immediately enter their chosen field upon graduation. Programs include:

  • Electro-Mechanical Technologies (9 month-program)
  • Professional Welder (7-month program)
  • Professional Welder with Pipefitting (10-month program)
  • Refrigeration Technologies (7-month program)
  • Electrical Applications (7-month program)

TWS offers flexible scheduling, financial aid assistance, career services and student housing assistance. The school is also a military friendly school that offers GI Bill and MyCAA programs based on eligibility.