Update: In compliance with the Public Safety Measures adopted by the Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC), Bay Mills Community College no longer requires vaccinated individuals to wear a mask or physically distance on BMCC’s main and satellite campuses. However, unvaccinated individuals will be required to wear masks and physically distance on BMCC’s main and satellite campuses. A copy of BMIC’s Public Safety Measures can be found here.
Need an Exciting Career? Looking for a Challenge? Building a Better Future?
Join our Construction Technology (CT) Program to become a carpenter and build a better future by learning how to build a house from start to finish. Gain practical skills through on the job training and learn how to work for yourself and with others.
The CT Program provides students the necessary skills to build structures through various practical applications and hands-on activities, thorough investigations of the Michigan Residential Codes, blueprinting activities, numerous problem-solving scenarios, and many other facets relevant to modern building styles. In addition to a rigorous preparation for field-related employment, the CT Program fosters admirable interpersonal skills of the trades, such as punctuality, integrity, dedication, and pride in workmanship, while providing a broad cultural experience in the world we live in.
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Curriculum Map - Construction Technology (Coming Soon)
Opportunities for career choices could include:
According to the May 2016 National Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates from the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the following are the national median salaries. Starting salaries will generally be less than median salaries. Some positions may require a bachelor’s degree.
|Construction Trades Worker||$47,580|
|First-Line Supervisor of Construction Trades Workers||$68,040|
A Certificate of Completion is also available for those who want to go straight to the workforce.
“When I first started looking for a new career, I was lost. I wanted to be able to look back and see that I accomplished something. The field of construction has given me everything that I could want in this form, and without the teaching that I received from BMCC, I would have been hopeless. In construction, it is learn fast or die. At least that is what I have always said, but the construction program at BMCC lets you learn at a less stressful pace. The teachers will help you learn the whole process and teach the reasons why things are done. I have seen people working in construction doing the same things all the time without any knowledge of why. If it was not for BMCC and the construction program I would still be working only dead-end jobs with no hope for more, but now feel that I have a future ahead of me.”
-- Bruce Spencer, Graduate and Asbestos Abatement, Great Lakes Environmental