Carpentry Services students learn hands-on skills in a real-world environment. Students prepare for entry-level positions in the lucrative construction, carpentry and building maintenance industries.
Job Projections: Eight percent annual growth in new jobs through 2026.
Median U.S. Salary: $43,600 per year (in 2016).
Education Requirements: Although most carpenters learn their trade through an apprenticeship, some learn on the job, starting as a helper.
Information provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Units of Study
- Hand and power tools
- Basic carpentry
- Facility maintenance and repair
- None available
- Finishing and the rehabilitation of homes, office buildings, schools, hospitals, stores, parks and hotels
Patrick Wyman has experience in Special Education, carpentry, social studies, business education and driver education. He believes the skills taught at our school are incredibly valuable and directly translate to the workforce.