Join our Carpentry Apprenticeship Program
Craft Training & Apprenticeship Program “The Other Four-Year Degree”
Are you looking to start your career in construction? Cleveland Construction, Inc. is proud to build America’s buildings while helping you build a successful career in construction.
What is a Registered Apprenticeship Program?
Our apprenticeship program is a four-year program training registered with the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Traning (BAT). Apprentices are given a solid education, both in the classroom and on the job. This program meets all federal and state requirements for apprenticeship and prevailing wage work. An apprenticeship is an agreement between the worker and employer.
Paid, hands-on learning experience
We pay for the cost of your classroom instruction, provide journeyman supervision/instruction in the field, and provide a safe and paid work environment to apply learned skills. The apprentice attends all required classes, applies skills learned in the classroom, and works in a professional manner.
Who Should Apply for the Apprenticeship Program?
We are looking for hardworking competitive individuals for advanced education and training for a chance at a promising career in the construction industry. If you like being outside, working with your hands and actually seeing the results of your hard work, then construction may be the right career choice for you. We are hiring craft workers willing to prove themselves as dependable, safe, and hardworking. The best workers will be recommended for an apprenticeship.
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Carpentry Apprenticeship Program
The carpentry apprenticeship is a four-year program accredited by NCCER.
- High School Diploma/GED
- Reliable means of transportation
- Physically capable
- Must pass a post-offer/pre-hire drug screen
Additional requirements will be explained during the registration process.
Payment and Certifications of Completion
Apprentices receive a pay raise every 1,000 hours (typically every six months) as long as your “on the job training” (OJT) is progressing well. At the end of your classroom and OJT training, you will receive a Journeyman Certificate of Completion from the US Department of Labor.
If you like to work with your hands and have a desire to be involved with large construction projects in your community, we can provide you with the education and tools needed to prosper in a promising career.
How can you get started? Choose your career path!