Many local construction associations maintain online listings of available jobs. And many communities host construction career fairs to match candidates with firms that are hiring.
The Associated General Contractors of America also hosts a nationwide construction job board, the AGC Career Center. Visit agccareers.org to search for available positions in your area
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.
Many construction firms operate their own in-house training programs designed to prepare new hires with little to no construction experience. These programs are a great way to earn while you learn.
Earn while you learn through an apprenticeship training program. These dedicated centers offer a rigorous training experience and provide nearly-guaranteed job placements.
Many four-year universities offer dedicated construction degrees and areas of study. This includes civil engineering and construction sciences programs. Groups, including the AGC Education & Research Foundation, offer scholarship opportunities to help cover tuition.