Designing jewelry and repairing watches are timeless art forms. Becoming a first-class jewelry designer, jewelry restorer, or watch repairman, however, is not timeless. In fact, Bishop State Community College's Jewelry Design and Watch Repair programs can teach you this timeless trade and have you ready for employment in a jewelry store or trade shop in less than a year
For the fourth year in a row, the Mobile Rock and Gem Society (MRGS) has presented $500 to the Jewelry Design and Watch Repair program at the Southwest Campus of Bishop State Community College to be used for classroom equipment. From left, in photo, are Roderick McSwain, Director, Southwest Campus/Technical Faculty Supervisor; Stephen Lange, program instructor; MRGS President Ben Davis; and MRGS Past President Phil Kaiser.
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