Carpentry is a great living. It’s a flexible lifestyle. It’s a sure way to provide for your family and steer toward a secure future. Carpentry is also a profession of advanced skill and expertise—in a wider variety of crafts than most people realize. Through apprenticeship, you can get established on a specific career path that suits your strengths and interests.
Demand for general carpentry skills will never go away. That’s why our four-year program turns apprentices into well-rounded, professional carpenters. But NWCI can also prepare you for a career in a specialized craft—as a piledriver, millwright, interior systems carpenter, scaffold erector, drywall finisher/taper, or related craft worker. If the challenge suits you, there is training to rise to supervisory positions.
A specialized group within the UBC, trade show specialists can travel the nation installing and dismantling construction trade shows and exhibits. As a trade show specialist, you get a unique vantage point on new and innovative products and technology as you construct the intricate and inviting displays used by some of the largest companies in America.