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Instructor William Andrew demonstrates techniques in carpentry to Construction Academy students.
Interested in a Career in Construction?
AWP’s Construction Academies in Fairbanks, Mat-Su and Anchorage offer FREE hands-on training for adults, 18 and older, interested in learning basic skills in the construction trades.
Students needed NOW for classes starting soon! Apply today, call 569-4704 to find out more!
Women and Men encouraged to apply for our great program!
Applications accepted year-round
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Don’t delay! Space is limited and you must interview to be selected. Several documents are required along with test results from the Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development’s WorkKeys Assessment.
For more information call:
Anchorage and Mat-Su 907-569-4704
Additional information about Alaska Construction Academies in other locations can be found at: http://www.alaskaca.org/
The Construction Education Foundation (CEF) was created by the Associated General Contractors of Alaska to support construction industry education and training. Alaska Construction Academies are a program managed by the CEF with funding from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The program recruits and trains high school students and adults for entry-level jobs in construction and helps prepare new workers for trade apprenticeship positions. Construction Academies serve Anchorage, Fairbanks, Mat-Su, Kenai Peninsula, Juneau, Ketchikan, Nome, Kodiak, Dillingham, and King Salmon.