What’s next after high school graduation? For some students, attending a two- or four-year college makes sense. Others want another option. High school graduates who enroll in an apprenticeship program at Carpenters Training Institute receive quality education and on-the-job training to prepare them for a successful, lifelong career in the trade. Reach out to your guidance counselor for more information regarding the Carpenters Training Institute.
The Carpenters Training Institute promotes educational learning materials developed by our International Training Center to teach both middle and high school students the field of carpentry before they even graduate. Completing the Career Connections Program allows students to enter the apprenticeship directly and start their careers day one after graduation.
Building a Future
Worried about the cost of continuing education? Unlike traditional colleges, there is no cost to attend Carpenters Training Institute. A portion of every member’s benefits help pay for facilities, materials, and wages for instructors. Apprentices earn wages and receive benefits including pension, insurance, and retirement savings while developing their craft on the job.