Building Futures with a Career in Construction

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

 

The Colorado Chapter's Building Futures Committee has put together our second annual event in Steamboat Springs.  We are creating an event for high school students to experience a hands on workshop of the construction trades.  This event is to benefit our up and coming work force and give some direction and options for a career in construction. The students will have an opportunity to meet professionals from many fields by participating with the hands on explanations of each booth at the event.

It's never to early to get involved this event.  We are looking for vendors to participate, group leaders, event volunteers, donates of materials or help with lunch.

Here is how you can help!

Volunteers: to lead groups of students through the workshop booths.

Volunteers: to work check in and assist with some of the legalistic i.e. lunch, handing out the required safety equipment, and water.

Participants: spots are available for a hands on booth.

Donations: Swag can bare your company name.

 

September 23, 2020

Location :

845 Howelsen Parkway

Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

8am - 2:30pm

If you are interested in participating in the great event contact:

Don Marchbanks

Hope Medina

 

 

Building Futures- Career Day/Summer Job Fair

EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO COVID19 -WILL BE RESCHEDULED

Montrose, Colorado 

 

The Colorado Chapter's Building Futures Committee will host two events this year to give high school students experience in the construction field.  The first event will be held in Montrose, Colorado on April 29th.  This is the first time we will be hosting this event in Montrose, and we have partnered up with the Technical College of the Rockies and Colorado Mesa University' career fair.

This event will provide hands on workshop for high school students to experience the construction trades, architecture, and engineering.  The students will have an opportunity to meet professionals from many fields by participating with the hands on explanations of each booth at the event.

Here is a great opportunity for Chapter members on the Western Slope to get involved.

Here is how you can help!

Volunteers: to lead groups of students through the workshop booths.

Volunteers: to work check in and assist with some of the legalistic i.e. lunch, handing out the required safety equipment, and water.

Participants: a couple of spots are available for a hands on booth.

Donations: Swag can bare your company name. Donate to furnish lunch.

April 29th

Friendship Hall     EVENT CANCELED DUE TO COVID -19, BUT WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE

1001 N. 2nd St

Montrose, Colorado

 

8am - 3:00pm

If you are interested in participating in the great event contact:

Dan Reardon

Hope Medina