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AGC of Wisconsin has developed tools and initiatives designed to attract the attention of students; educate with construction relevance, experience and examples; and engage with industry partners.  Our approach to workforce development has multiple components that will  help you as an educator to explore career opportunities with students:

ARCHITECTURE-CONSTRUCTION-ENGINEERING CAREER ACADEMIES

Six high schools host a Construction Career Academy (CCA) or Architectural Construction Engineering (ACE) Academy that is funded and supported by the AGC of Wisconsin. Core curriculum courses are taught with relevant examples to the construction industry, industry partnerships allow students to learn real-world skills from established professionals, and students are given the tools to make knowledgeable choices about their career path. For more information visit the Career Academy Brochure

SKILLED TRADE EVENTS

Skilled Trades Events take a more hands-on approach to learning about the various skilled trades which are led by craftworkers. Smaller groups of 20-30 high school juniors or seniors are the ideal audience for the Skilled Trades Events.  Many of these events have even lead to summer jobs and potential apprenticeships.

JOB SHADOW PROGRAM

This job shadow program gives you, the AGC Member, the opportunity to assist in the workforce development effort by sharing your experience and knowledge with the future young professionals and skilled trades people in the construction industry.  For more information, please review the AGC of Wisconsin's Job Shadow Handbook.

BUDGET. BUILD IT. BUST IT. 
(Online Project Simulator)

The AGC of Wisconsin has developed a free, online project management simulator for your students to test their knowledge on what it takes to manage a construction project. Click here to play!
 

To learn more about any these resources, contact Jim Falbo or Jeff Roach   at the AGC of Wisconsin - (608) 221-3821.

CAREERS

 

Construction has the highest overall projected growth of any industry in Wisconsin through 2022

EDUCATION

 

You can receive degrees, diplomas or certification in all aspects of the construction industry, the right program is waiting for you.

 

TRAINING

Get paid while learning a skill!

Choose a trade, join an apprenticeship, establish your career