Tricia Tatalick Gardner: Paying Forward the Construction Industry Legacy
Working as a construction Project Manager entails carrying a heavy load. The responsibilities involve overseeing the entire project. This requires budgeting, scheduling, quality control and serving as the liaison between the contractors and the owners.
Even with this schedule at the Panzica Construction Company, Tricia Tatalick Gardner...
Construction Industry Strive to Attract Young Workforce
By Brennon Gurley, Fox 5 News
There are a lot of students that they’re in a gap. They’re not necessarily ready for a four year degree, there aren’t sure what opportunities there are for them."
Cedar Fair, Bowling Green State University Partner for New Tourism Degree in Sandusky
Article by Susan Glaser, The Plain Dealer
Cedar Fair will build both the new classroom building as well as dorms for 200 students, an investment of $15 million to $25 million."
Why an Honors Student Wants to Skip College and Go to Trade School
By Douglas Belkin, Wall Street Journal (WSJ)
Raelee Nicholson, a high-school junior and National Honor Society member decided she wanted to enroll in a vocational-technical school to learn diesel mechanics after high school."
Kent State CM Program Receives Full ACCE Accreditation
From Mark Mistur, AIA, Dean of Kent State University's College of Architecture and Environmental Design:
The Kent State Bachelor of Science in Construction Management received a full 5-year initial accreditation by the American Council of Construction Educators (ACCE). Joining over 75 accredited Baccalaureate programs across the...
Orlando Taylor: Sparking an Interest in Construction
“Orlando was one of my mentors while I was in ACE, and he was always challenging and engaging the students to be the best they can be. I specifically remember times when Orlando would give me or my fellow students a problem we had to solve, and while it seemed difficult at the...
CSU DEDICATES WASHKEWICZ HALL
From Cleveland State University website
Cleveland State University dedicated its new, state-of-the-art engineering facility, Donald E. Washkewicz Hall, in a special ceremony held on campus December 15."
9 Powerful Tips on How to Make a Great First Impression:
By Jeff Haden, Contributing editor, Inc.
To make a great first impression, first show that you're someone who can build and maintain great relationships -- and make people feel better about themselves."
Where will the Construction Workers come from as the Post-Fire North Coast Rebuilds?
Article written by The Press Democrat's, Bill Swindell
Along with local agencies, the industry has responded with efforts to expedite training for high school students as well as adult education programs so people can quickly enter the workforce. Also being explored is the concept of using workers who might have barriers, such as...
Tools of the Trades: How Apprenticeships are Making a Comeback
This article was written Rachel Madison of Utah Business.
Several Utah organizations have beefed up their apprenticeship programs and created other initiatives specifically to entice high school students and young adults to consider careers in the trades."