Miron Construction and Wisconsin’s Youth Apprenticeship program

Posted on Dec 8, 2015 by People

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Football games, homecoming, basketball, prom, and our friends are what consume us while we are in high school. Many feel pressured to fit in with the status quo and attend a four-year university before even knowing what they want to do with their lives.

By partnering with Wisconsin’s Youth Apprenticeship (YA) program, Miron is offering high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to participate in the rigorous one- to two-year YA program to gain real-world connections and paid work experience. Whether you want to be a foreman, carpenter, mason, or laborer, there is a place for you at Miron.

Miron provides diverse jobs throughout the state of Wisconsin. By participating in the YA program, teens can preview their future and their career while gaining hands-on experience. The demand for skilled labor in the Fox Valley is higher than ever and Miron wants to provide local talent an opportunity to work and be involved in the community.

The YA program allows teens to build their résumé, labor skills, and overall experience while earning academic credit toward high school graduation requirements. Those interested in YA opportunities should contact their school’s school-to-work coordinator or CESA 6 Youth Apprenticeship specialist, Tania Kilpatrick, at (920) 236-0531.

For students considering a four-year degree, Miron also offers internship opportunities for college students in areas such as project management, estimating, marketing, accounting, risk management, and information technology. Please email your resume to resume@miron-construction.com if interested.

 

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