Our nearly 300 graudates (82 of whom have completed their apprenticeship and are now journeyworkers) work in more than a dozen trades building commercial buildings, schools, hospitals, highways, and bridges.
Our graduates work as:
Sheet Metal Workers
One of our graduates, Tyone, got together to talk with Inventing Heron about what it’s like to be an apprentice electrician when he was working on the new engineering building at Brown University.
I heard about the Building Futures program and it basically was, I want to say, my last chance of making something of myself. They help you out- they teach you a little bit of each trade and they tell you what you’re better suited for.
Watch the whole conversation.