This program prepares students for employment or further training in the construction field, with an emphasis on carpentry. In the first year, students will get an overview of carpentry, electrical, masonry and plumbing. The second year of the program focuses on rough carpentry. This curriculum was developed in partnership with the MCEF. Upon successful completion of Construction, students may earn national certification through NCCER.
Students will be prepared to enter the hotel/restaurant management industry. Instruction and lab activities are based on National Restaurant Association standards. Students will be introduced to food preparation, sanitation, and management. Upon completion of this two-year, students may earn national certification from the NRA.
Diversified Ag starts with an introduction to the sciences, technologies, and practices associated with modern agriculture. The program progresses into two areas of focus—animals and plants. Each of the two follow up courses build on the first course. Students will learn the aspects of raising agricultural and domestic animals, management and conservation of natural resources and the environment, and growth and care of food, fiber, or ornamental plants.