Are you a high school student who loves to build things, and unsure of what career path is right for you?
Utilize hand and power tools
Install doors, door hardware, cabinets, countertops, and bathroom accessories
Clean and prepare jobsites for upcoming tasks
Assist with concrete pours
Read construction drawings and plans
Build and set forms for footings, walls, slabs, columns, and decks
Frame interior walls, cabinets, and stairs
Follow safety procedures
Gain Carpentry skills and knowledge by working side-by-side with an experienced Carpenter
Work with Findorff’s other self-perform trades (Ironworker, Operator, Bricklayer, Cement Finisher, Laborer)
Have an opportunity to shadow subcontractors on the project (Electrician, Plumber, HVAC, Glazers, etc.)
Witness all phases of a construction project
Since 2015, Findorff has employed 47 High School Juniors or Seniors through the Wisconsin Youth Apprenticeship Program. Of these Youth Apprentices, 17 have been hired as full-time Apprentices.