Diploma, 64 Credits
You can build a solid framework for a successful carpentry career during this two-year program. Each instructor has at least 2,000 hours of work experience in the trade and Minnesota Vocational Teaching licenses.
Our 20-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio creates an ideal learning environment. Students participate in actually building a house, from initial site work and footings through the interior and exterior finish, during each year of the Riverland program.
Where do Carpenters most often work?
In Minnesota, there are 13,060 workers employed in this large career.
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Complete your Riverland Community College Carpentry program registration before July 15, 2016 and receive these tools – FREE!
Approximate retail $200. Items distributed the first day of class.
Additional program tools required.