How to start your career in the Construction Trades
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Data from the AGC of America and the Ohio Department of Labor show us that Northwestern Ohio is the perfect place to work and live.
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Types of career paths in the construction industry: Construction accountant, construction attorney, project manager, marketing professional, skilled craftspeople, architect, safety professional, to name a few.
Types of contractors which have employment opportunities: General contractors, as well as those who specialize in one or more of these trades: boilermakers, bricklayers, carpenters, cement masons, craft laborers, electricians, floorlayers, glaziers, insulators, iron workers, millwrights, painters, plasterers, plumbers, roofers, tilesetters, sheet metal workers.
For information on each of these careers: 2017 18 school year all fliers
Who pays for the cost of the education which enables one to become a skilled trade professional? Management and Labor pay for students’ apprentice training through jointly managed apprenticeship schools.
How can AGC NW OH and Local Trades Experts help?
- Presentations to students: elementary through college and adult ed
- Career fair participation
- Mock interviews
- Job shadowing
- Construction Industry Boot Camp
- Advisory group participants
- View apprentice application matrix by clicking here:APPLICATION SCHED ALL TRADES -7-2017
Contact Pam Mohler at 419-241-3601 for participation information. You also can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
A general overview of the industry: www.ibuildamerica.com
Information on the Boilermakers No. 85: www.ibblocal85.org
Information on the Bricklayers Local 3, Cement Masons 886, Glaziers IUPAT D.C. 6, Insulators No. 45, Plasterers, Roofers No. 134: www.nocec.com
Information on Carpenters/Millwrights/Floorlayers Local 351: www.ohcap.org
Information on Electricians No. 8: www.tejatc.org
Information on Ironworkers No. 55: http://local55trainingcenter.com
Information on the Laborers Local 500: Call 419-243-3279
Information on Operating Engineers No. 18: http://local18training.com
Information on Painters IUPAT D.C. No. 6: http://www.iupat-dc6.org
Information on Plumbers, Steamfitters & Service Mechanics No. 50: http://www.nwopitc.com
Information on Sheet Metal No. 33: http://smwlu33.org