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Building and Construction Trades

Building and Construction Trades

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Building and Construction Trades

The Construction Technology and Green Construction Academy Pathways are designed to prepare students for entry-level positions as mechanical helper, carpenter apprentice, cabinet maker and installer or woodworker or related fields. Students study topics like robotics, electronics, manufacturing processes, pneumatics, mechanisms, and computer design technologies. Students develop skills in planning, designing, layout, estimating, problem-solving, fabrication of wood products, use of simple jigs and fixtures, cabinetmaking and furniture making, nomenclature and advanced operational techniques of woodworking and cabinet shop equipment, creating blueprints, project packets, and student-centered construction projects. These topics and skills are all necessary for entry-level positions in the above-mentioned employment fields. 



  • Cabinetry, Millwork, and Woodworking Pathway

  • Green Construction Academy 

Employment opportunities:

Building and Construction Trades
Employment opportunities:

Entry Level (w/H.S. diploma)
Technical Level (w/AA or AS or certificate)
Professional Level (w/BA or BS degree)
Mechanical helper
Carpenter apprentice
Cabinet maker
Cabinet installer
Aircraft Cabinet maker
Cabinet delivery
Manufacturing technician
Entry-level quality control inspector
Product designer
Cabinet design programmer
Training Coordinator
Sales and kitchen designer
CAD designer - cabinets
Associate drafter/Designer
Quality control engineer
Engineer Intern
Construction Project Engineer
Cabinet design engineer
CAD/Vectorworks drafter
Construction manager


For more information, contact your Work Experience Coordinator or Career Center Counselor.