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Arizona Construction Career Days Recap November 11, 2013

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Read the Recap on the success of the construction industry and how they expose 1600+ high school students to the diversity of contracting opportunities. https://plus.google.com/app/basic/stream/z12dyj54pquhh3sxe04ce5risqnlf53rsbo

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Arizona Construction Career Days A Huge Hit October 10, 2012

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While the construction industry is predicting a shortage of skilled workers, Construction firms are doing something about it with Arizona Construction Career Days, an annual event for all high school students in the state. 

This year over 1000 teachers and students toured the exhibits and had opportunities to operate power tools, heavy equipment and experience the diversity of work that the construction industry offers.  Whether you have a high school diploma or a college degree, the jobs in construction offer good pay and a career path that can take you from laborer to CEO. 

Here’s a pictoral story of the 2012 event held at the Army National Guard facilities in Phoenix:

To participate in next year’s event as an exhibitor, sponsor or school visit the official Arizona Construction Career Days Website.

The Construction Workforce Future: Where Will They Come From? August 14, 2012

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Student Hands-On Activity at Arizona Construction Career DaysWith the construction industry losing skilled labor and management to retirement and attrition (thanks to the sluggish economy), all the construction associations are talking about where will we find the workers in the future? Some think they can use Facebook to attract welders, electricians and laborers. The opportunity to be in front of high school students and influence them with the construction career path is key to success. It’s not so much you going to the classroom, but bringing them to the field classroom. Letting them have hands-on experiences without adding risk to a jobsite is tricky but there’s another way…Construction Career Days!Students getting involved at Arizona Construction Career Days

Construction Career Days is an excellent opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to learn about rewarding careers in the commercial, and highway construction industry. It’s also the perfect place to meet face-to-face and share your passion while giving hope to students of a rewarding and high paying job. As the volunteer coordinator for Arizona Construction career Days, I’m calling on everyone in the industry to get involved in your state’s events. Here are a few upcoming career day events:

Arkansas Construction Career Days Sept 12-13, 2012

Ohio Construction Career Days Sept 19-20, 2012

Southern Colorado Construction Career Days Sept, 20, 2012

New Hampshire Construction Career Days Sept 20-21, 2012

Oklahoma Construction Career Days Sept 21, 2012Rummel Construction at Arizona Construction Career Days

Colorado Construction Career Days Sept, 25-26, 2012

Kentucky Construction Career Days Sept 26-27, 2012

Arizona Construction Career Days Oct 4-5, 2012

If you are in the Phoenix metro area, please get involved and become an exhibitor, sponsor or volunteer at Arizona Construction Career Days. We need heavy equipment (and operators), concrete, steel, utility, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, masonry, and even general contractors there so the kids can see the diversity and income the construction industry has to offer. Don’t sit on the sidelines and complain that there aren’t any workers. Do something about it!

Arizona Construction Career Days is in October but we need commitments to sponsorships and advertising early to get the info to the printer. Act Now and Share This with everyone in the construction industry- suppliers, subcontractors, tradesmen, associations, career centers, etc.

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