Attend Construction Academic & Work Readiness Registration Events!
Date: January 3, 4, 9, 10 & 11, 2018
Time: Orientation runs 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Samaritan Center (5555 Conner)
Do you want…
A well-paid career in skilled trades?
Free training to get you started?
Up to $1,200 during training?
If you answered yes, Detroit at Work has got you covered!
- Learn and refresh your computer, reading and math skills
- Get help with interview and job search skills
- Gain First Aid, OSHA and Customer Service qualifications
- Get help with transportation and other support
A career in the skilled trades offers a wide range of career choices. Apprentices start anywhere from $9-$16 an hour, with the opportunity to each much more as the apprenticeship continues.
And once you complete your apprenticeship and become a licensed journeyman, you will earn an average of $20-$30 an hour, or even more.
Plus you will have a nationally recognized credential that will allow you to work anywhere in the US, or allow you to start your own business and become an entrepreneur!
There has never been a better time to get into the skilled trades. Construction is booming in Detroit and we need Detroiters to have the skills to rebuild Detroit.
Take your first steps toward a skilled trades career as a plumber, electrician, steel worker, operating engineer or many other career paths with this free 8-week training that includes up to $1,200 in financial support.
When finished, you will have the skills to apply for one of the many pre-apprenticeship and trade skill education programs that are now available to Detroiters, and Detroit at Work will provide you with help and guidance to take each step.
Interested? Don’t delay – apply today! Fill in the form below to pre-register, and visit our Samaritan Center location January 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11 for orientation!
Career Center locations:
SER Metro: 9301 Michigan Avenue
Samaritan Center: 5555 Conner
Northwest Activities Center: 18100 Meyers
Let us help you get the skills you need to build a career and rebuild Detroit.