The Carpenter program will train you to construct, erect and repair residential, commercial and institutional building structures made of wood and other materials. You will also learn how to work on heavy duty construction projects, such as bridges, dams, highways and manufacturing plants, and how to renovate and maintain these structures.
All application deadlines, start dates and training schedules are posted on the Tradesecrets website.
Carpenters represent the largest trade group in the construction industry. Most carpenters are employed by construction contractors, are self-employed, or do construction or maintenance work for government agencies, utility companies or manufacturing firms.
Grad Employment Rate
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Median Journeyman Salary
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Tuition & Fees (Cost per semester)
Tuition Cap: $784.00