Discover a career in Woodworking.
Employers are seeking candidates who are skilled and knowledgeable in wood technology, furniture manufacturing, and production. Gain knowledge in the latest equipment used to create finished wood furniture.
Learn advanced techniques in building and creating various projects. Gain skills you can use in today's workplace.
Are You Interested In . . .
- Working hands-on to create with wood
- Using your creativity to design and object
- Constructing and building
Woodworking will teach you . . .
- How to use various power tools
- Blueprint reading and project planning
- Cabinetry and furniture building
Careers in Woodworking . . .
- Furniture and cabinet maker
- Finish carpentry
- Construction Managers
- Master Carpenter
Earn College Credit & Certifications
ARTICULATED CREDIT – By identifying comparable coursework, your high school has partnered with local colleges to create agreements that give you FREE COLLEGE CREDIT for the high school classes you are taking that have equivalent content as college classes.
DIRECT CREDIT/CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT – Students earn college credit by taking college-level courses taught by credentialed instructors at their high school. There is a fee associated with this type of credit