Career-minded individuals interested in learning the construction trade are being sought for the Milwaukee Christian Center’s “Adult Build” construction training program. Along with classroom training, the program provides participants with four to six months of hands-on construction experience, which includes building a new home.
Workers can also attain certificates in lead safe renovation, lead abatement and workplace safety, while earning a progressively increasing salary that starts at $8.50 an hour and peaks at $10 an hour.
Applicants must be 24 years of age, below 300 percent of the federal poverty rate, have a high school diploma or GED and have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license or be able to obtain one.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply, according to the program flier.
For more information, call Tim Twaddle or Yolanda Espino at 414-643-7704 or bring a form of identification and a pay stub or tax forms to the Milwaukee Christian Center/ Neighborhood Improvement Project at 1223 S. 23rd St.
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