Williamson takes a unique approach to occupational education. Over the course of three years, students receive a broad education that includes study of trade and technical theory in the classroom and realistic work projects.
Each year approximately 124 students are offered admission to Williamson College of the Trades. Admission is open to all qualifying young men, but special consideration is given to those who come from families of financial need and would otherwise not be able to further their education.
Williamson College of the Trades prepares deserving young men to be respected leaders and productive members of society.
"I found that obedience to the truth given to me answered my desire to be shown the path for my life."
I.V. Williamson, College Founder
In his Foundation Deed, Isaiah Williamson charged the college to undertake “the moral and religious training of the scholars.”
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