Victor Silva has been in the welding and metal trades for approximately 35 years. He began as a Pile Driver, out of Wilmington, CA from 1984-1998. During that time, Victor also completed his college degrees and began teaching at several community colleges. Such as Cerritos College, El Camino College, Los Angeles Pierce College, and Long Beach City College, where he has gladly served for the past twenty years.
Marlin (“Steve”) Stevens has been a full-time Vocational Technician in the Welding Program at Long Beach City College since 1991. Prior to LBCC, he served 6 years with the Army National Guard as a Combat Engineer in the 132nd of the 40th Battalion. He is qualified to drive almost any vehicle in the Army such as dozers, tanks, APC’s, dump trucks, 2-ton trucks, bobtails and more. After his service in the Army, Marlin entered the Boilermaker apprenticeship at the Long Naval Shipyard.
Kevin Warren has been an adjunct instructor at Long Beach City College for two years so far. He acquired his Bachelor of Science in business administration with an emphasis in financing at Cal State Fullerton. He earned the title of Journeyman and Forman for dedicating 7 years at Local 105 Sheet Metal Workers Union. Furthermore, Kevin participated in the Metal Fabrication program at LBCC for a year and a half.