Architecture and Construction

The Architecture and Construction career cluster comprises one of the largest industries in the United States. Careers ranging from architecture to welding are found within this particular cluster. According to the Department of Labor, the construction industry is the second largest employer in the U.S.

 

Check out this Student Career Info video on DCSC Construction Students 

The Wisconsin Architecture and Construction Youth Apprenticeship Program is designed to provide students with a working understanding of occupational and technical skills in one of the seven pathways within the Architecture and Construction industry.

This Youth Apprenticeship occupational area focuses on the Construction Pathway. Students participating in this pathway will choose between the skilled trades of

  • Architectural Drafting

  • Carpentry Fundamentals

  • Electrical Fundamentals

  • Heavy Equipment

  • Masonry

  • Mechanical/HVAC

  • Plumber Sprinkler Fitter

Business Partners that support Youth Apprenticeship:

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Student Testimonial

“Ever since I have started working at Stevens Construction, every day is a new day and I am never doing the same thing as the day before. The guys at work have really been a huge help on the job; they always teach me the best way to complete a task. They encourage me to always think outside the box and there is always a way to solve a problem and that nothing is impossible. Being a part of the Youth Apprenticeship Program has really opened my eyes to the possibilities in construction; and because of that, construction is definitely what I want to do for the rest of my life.”

- Tyler Kubly, Class of 2019, Sun Prairie

Architecture Samuelson Austin - Deerfiel