2018 has been a busy year so far at Action Mechanical, Inc.! One of our favorite parts of our job is visiting high schools in the area to educate students about our field. Learn more about these visits below!


Booneville High School Tour
On January 24, 2018, Booneville High School’s welding class and instructor, principal, superintendent, and counselor came to our Barling facility to learn firsthand about our Apprenticeship Program and what we do at Action, Inc. Booneville High School is the first of many schools that will bring juniors and seniors to our facility and will hopefully begin a joint partnership in our Apprenticeship Program. We look forward to many years of working with Booneville High School and their students.




Walnut Ridge High School
On Thursday, February 15th, Trent Keller, Project Manager and Robin Austin, Assistant HR Manager, attended the Walnut Ridge High School Career Fair. More than 350 students came thru Action’s booth and asked and learned about what we do at Action, Inc., and our Apprenticeship Program. It was a great time and the students had a blast!

Pictured is Trent Keller from Action and Ms. Findley, Walnut Ridge HS Counselor.







Siloam Springs High School
On February 28, 2018, Jason Jones, principal of Siloam Springs HS, brought interested juniors and seniors from their Industrial Maintenance Program, to see what we do and how we do it! The kids also learned all about our Apprenticeship Program and what it could mean for their future! Action has been invited to see their High School and how their program works.






Hartford High School
On March 6, 2018, the Ag Mechanics from Hartford High School, came to Action, Inc. They got to take a tour, learn about our Apprenticeship Program, see what we do at Action, Inc., and what it’s like to work for us. Everyone had a great time and asked a lot of good questions!






Westside High School
Trent Keller, Project Manager in Jonesboro and Robin Austin, HR Assistant Manager spent the day at the Westside HS Career Fair. Approximately 700 students attended, asking questions and learning about our Apprenticeship Program and what it’s like to work at Action, Inc. Good times were had by all! We’re looking forward to next year’s event!