The construction industry is eager to recruit and train more women—a group that is among the fastest growing segment of the construction workforce.
Veterans have a unique advantage when it comes to pursuing construction careers. They know how to work in a team, have experience overcoming unique challenges and are comfortable working in all types of environments.
Most construction career opportunities do not require a college degree, yet still offer the kind of pay and benefits that lead to a comfortable, middle-class lifestyle. With a high school degree and a solid work ethic, anytime can find the right position within the construction industry to launch their career.
Applicants with college degrees can choose from career paths that include time on construction sites, in the construction trailer and working in the main office.
Whether you are tired of working in a fluorescent-lit cube farm, discovered your prior career was not essential, or are just ready to a change, the construction industry is ready to get you trained, hired and paid.
There is a place for everyone in the construction industry, including those with past experience in the justice system.
Are you conversational or fluent in more than one language? The opportunities in construction are endless for you!
Hear stories from real construction professionals in our community.
I started out in college, but couldn't see myself drowning in debt for a degree that in all liklihood I wasn't going to use. I've been in construction for more than five years now, and I'm not going anywhere.Travis, Carpenter
I use drones on the construction site, and it's great being able to combine construction and technology. I'm excited to come to work every day.Jared, Project Manager