Carpentry Student

The Construction Technology department is the gateway to one of the highest paid, in demand, occupations in the United States today. Entering students get a comprehensive introduction to safety, hand and power tools. The students’ will then progress to construction techniques and eventually residential house construction and re-modeling. Off site projects are common in the third and fourth year of study. The fourth year students are encouraged to obtain co-operative work placements. Post secondary articulation agreements are in place and all construction technology students are directed whenever possible to study at the post-secondary level. Business classes make a fine addition to the students four year course of study.

Licenses, Certifications and Affiliations 

  • OSHA-30
  • First aid and AED/CPR certification
  • Ladder Safety Certification
  • Carpenter Local 218
  • Laborers Local 55

Staff

Lead Teacher: Mr. Mario Sousa (6273)
 

Articulation Agreements

  • Bunkerhill Community College
  • Boston Carpenters Apprenticeship Training Center
  • Eastern Massachusetts Carpenters Apprenticeship
  • Construction Craft Laborers Apprenticeship Program

Graduates

Residential Carpentry graduates are working at the following companies

  • Boston Closet
  • Shanlee Construction