ALL ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Careers: Be a Carpenter, Roofer, Siding Installer or Residential, Light or Commercial Construction Worker
Learn: How to build and improve in many different construction areas
Skills: Use of hand tools, power hand tools and equipment, masonry, carpentry, blueprint reading, basic plumbing
Cool!: Get hands-on training at off-campus job sites
Certifications: Career Connections Level 1, 2 and 3 certifications used in the local Carpenters Union curriculum. Completion of the program allows direct entry into the apprenticeship, and has job placement available for juniors/seniors in the program.
After graduation, most students enter the workforce in the career field, while some attend college.
Learn about college credit options
Construction Tech students will become members of SkillsUSA, an association of trades and industry students. SkillsUSA allows students to participate in competitive events, fund-raisers, community service projects and social chapter activities.
Craig Ridge, CRidge@EHOVE.net, x262