Carpenters, Millwrights & Floor Layers
Carpenters, the largest group of building trades workers, are employed in all facets of construction activity. They erect the building’s wood frame, including sub-flooring, sheathing, partitions, floor joists, studs and rafters. They install heavy timber, build forms, erect scaffolding and install floor coverings. When a building is ready for trimming, carpenters install molding, wood paneling, cabinets, window sashes, door frames, doors and hardware. They also build stairs and lay floors. In addition, carpenters assemble plywood, wallboard and many other materials.
LENGTH of Apprenticeship - 4 YEARS
MARKET FORECAST for Metro Detroit Area - 190 openings a year
WAGES for Metro Detroit Area
Fill out form to request application for Michigan Statewide Carpenters & Millwright Apprenticeship program.
Carpenters Apprenticeship School 1401 Farrow Ferndale, Michigan 48220
Contact Director: (248) 541-2740 detcarpapp.org
Applicant Requirements Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED, birth certificate, Social Security card, and picture identification at the time of registration. Applicants must be at least 17 and be able to pass a drug screen.
ABC/SEMCA, an affiliate of Construction Education Trust 31800 Sherman Avenue Madison Heights, Michigan 48071
Contact Diane Baldwin, Director of Education: (248) 298-3603 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact ABC about program choices at our satellite sites in Lapeer, Adrian, Monroe, Ann Arbor and Gibraltar
Applicant Requirements Applicants must be 18 years or older and provide proof of high school graduation or GED.
COLLEGE APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS
Macomb Community College 14500 East Twelve Mile Road Warren, Michigan 48093
Contact Apprentice Coordinator: (586) 445-7519 College
Admission Requirements Applicants must have a high school diploma or a GED and be 18 or older. College admission does not guarantee enrollment in this apprenticeship program, which may require additional qualifications that the Apprentice Coordinator can identify.