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Connecting Industry and Education by Thinking Outside the Box

9/20/2018
Check out how these organizations are introducing construction and offering training to both secondary and postsecondary students.

Good-bye Children, Hello Students

9/13/2018
It’s up to us to ensure students learn about all the opportunities available in the construction industry.

Workforce Shortages: The Commodity of Skills

9/6/2018
If we work together, we can make the changes necessary to keep up with demand and continue building America’s future.

GEN NXT: Ashton White

8/30/2018
Ashton White, postsecondary winner of the 2018 SkillsUSA Masonry competition, is a great representation of the future of the construction workforce.

Restoring the Dignity of Work

8/23/2018
Revitalizing our nation’s workforce development system is a step toward addressing the skilled shortage of construction craft professionals.

Students Spend Summer Becoming Welders

7/19/2018
Students are preparing for a career in welding in the Jump Start Summer Initiative program.

Ways a STEM Education Can Help You Succeed in the Construction Industry

4/12/2018
Let's take a closer look at how a STEM education can help you succeed in the construction industry.

Construction, CTE and Career Paths

2/22/2018
Preparing students for tomorrow’s workforce and offering clear pathways to credentials are just a few benefits of CTE.

Connecting Industry to Education

2/14/2018
To help bridge the skills shortage, employers need to work with educators to prepare students for skills that are in high demand.

Take Pride In What You've Built

2/8/2018
Wood Construction Coordinator Richard Campbell is a testament to the opportunities available in the construction industry.

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NCCER develops standardized construction and maintenance curricula and assessments with portable credentials. These credentials are tracked through NCCER’s National Registry which allows organizations and companies to track the qualifications of their craft professionals and/or check the qualifications of possible new hires. The National Registry also assists craft professionals by maintaining their records in a secure database.

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