Apprenticeship and On-the-Job Training programs offer the opportunity to get hands-on training for a career while earning money, instead of going into debt by taking on student loans. These paid positions teach skills through a combination of on-the-job experience and classroom instruction.
Apprenticeships are rewarding, but also demanding. Successful completion requires determination, commitment, and the desire to build a successful future. For those who meet the challenges of apprenticeship, the rewards are substantial. Many of the best Project Managers and Estimators start their career off in the field. See the links below to learn more.
Most local community and technical colleges offer a range of construction focused programs. These courses tend to be low in cost but rich in content.
Earn while you learn through a trade-specific apprenticeship training program. These dedicated centers offer a rigorous training experience and provide nearly-guaranteed job placements.
The trades are a great option not only for those who know 100 percent its what they want, but for those who just aren't sure. Rather than go into debt while you figure yourself out, learn a trade first. You'll learn meaningful, useful life skills and earn a great wage while you figure out what your goals are.Dan, Project Manager