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In the Carpentry program, students will learn key elements needed to be successful in the carpentry trade including – safety, math, tool usage, design, structural framing, and woodworking. Carpentry is a hands-on, yet academically challenging environment, designed to help students "build" their future.

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Certifications and Proficiency Credits

Industry Certification:

  • NCCER: Core and Level 1 Carpentry


Eligible College Proficiency Credits:

Anne Arundel Community College

  • ACH 121- Construction Technology 1 (3 credits)

Community College of Baltimore County

  • CONT 101 – Constr. Blueprint Reading (3 credits)

  • CONT 116 - Practices of Res. Constr. (3 credits)

Career Pathways with Industry Credentials

  • Apprentice Carpenter

  • Cabinetmaker

  • Commercial Carpenter

  • Finish Carpenter

  • Green Carpenter

  • Industrial Carpenter

  • Residential Carpenter

  • Rough Carpenter

  • Trim Carpenter

Career Pathways with Continued Education & Training

  • Building Engineer

  • Business Owner

  • Construction Manager/Foreman

  • Private Contractor

  • Project Manager

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