Students in the Carpentry program learn the basic skills of the construction trades. Students work at real construction sites daily with skilled instructors supervising.
Virtual Open House
Information about our programs and our virtual open house can be found at https://mypath.scctc.org/
Students develop skills and work habits by working at selected job sites. A desire to work is necessary for success. The curriculum includes a student-built Project House each year. Senior students start with a vacant lot in September and complete the home in the spring for a pre-selected customer.
Experience and Skills Gained
- NCCER CORE
- NCCER Carpentry 1
- Rough framing
- Roofing & siding
- Doors & windows
- Interior trim
- Basic concrete
Opportunities After Graduation
The Carpentry program provides students with skills to get a good-paying job right out of high school. Many local companies participate in an apprenticeship program and employ our students. Apprenticeships are also available through the Building Industry Association and other agencies. More than 85 percent of recent graduates of this program were employed in the building industry.
A Few of the Career Opportunities
- Commercial Carpenter
- Project Estimator
- Residential Carpenter
- Retail Material Sales
College Scholarship Opportunities
$3,000 scholarships are available from Clark State Community College and Sinclair Community College to qualified students.
Credentials/ Certifications - ODE Value
National Center for Construction Education & Research-Core Construction - 6 Points
National Center for Construction Education & Research -Level One Construction - 6 Points
OSHA 10 Hour Training - 1 Point
Clark State Community College - Sem. Hrs.
ITS 1105 Computer Concepts & Software Applications - 3 Credits
Hocking College - Sem. Hrs.
CMCP 1100 Level 1 Basic Framing - 6 Credits
Construction Management Electives - 4.5 Credits
Sinclair Community College Credits - Sem. Hrs.
CAT 1810 Construction Techniques I - 3 Credits
CAT 1820 Construction Techniques II - 3 Credits
CAT 1431 OSHA Construction Standards - 1 Credit
CAT 1201 Construction Methods/Materials - 4 Credits
Students will have the opportunity to earn credentials and college credits based on final program grades and /or test scores.
All credentials and college credits are current as of the posting of this website, but are subject to change.