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 Great wages. From craft professionals and superintendents to project managers and business development, the construction industry has limitless possibilities.

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 Potential for little to no student loans. Craft professionals can begin earning a salary right away and many companies pay for their apprenticeship pro-grams. Community college is a great way to start your career in construction and is a less expensive option than a four-year college.

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 Paid internships. Many construction companies offer internships so you can get paid while gaining valuable experience in the industry.

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 Happiest employees. Entrepreneur, Huffington Post and Fast Company magazines site a survey ranking the construction industry as having the happiest employees. We have a place for everyone—no matter your interests.

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 Growing industry. Over the next decade, the construction industry is tied for the fastest growing industry. What does that mean for you? Jobs. Career growth. Variety. Security. Excellent pay.

But don't just take our word for it. Here's what a few of our apprentices have to say...

       

 

Train to be the best.

If you are a student considering your initial career path, a seasoned veteran of the construction or any other industry, or an employer looking for ways to improve your employees’ skill set, our programs are a viable option for you. Our programs are fully approved and accredited by the:

•National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)
•U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)
•Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council (MATC)
•DC Apprenticeship and Training Council (DCATC)
•Veterans Administration (VA)
Our program is periodically reviewed by NCCER and consistently receives “outstanding” ratings.