Construction Technology, Carpentry - Highlands College
Construction Technology - Carpentry CTS

Highlands College      

Trades and Technical

Construction Technology — Carpentry, C.A.S.

Completion of the first two semesters may result in a CERTIFICATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN CARPENTRY. Student must complete a course in each of the following areas: English, Math, and Psychology to receive a certificate.

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Construction Technology — Carpentry, A.A.S.

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Effective Service Learning Model for Community Partnerships and Student Learning in CTE
construction students raising a panel

At Highlands College of Montana Tech, Construction Technology instructors, prepare students for construction industry careers through rigorous college course work, service-learning projects in the community for not-for-profit organizations, and through community service. 

Community Partnerships 

The Construction Technology program at Highlands College of Montana Tech have formal and informal agreements with not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 organizations to make Butte and the surrounding area a better place. The program takes on small remodels to make a home safe for low income families to full-fledged construction projects including project management services.  

Service Learning Model 

The Construction Technology program believes that through an all-day blended apprenticeship/college coursework model, students gain working to improve quality of life for disadvantaged neighbors or creating safe community spaces utilizing the skill-sets learned in the classroom and lab to make their city a better place to live. 

Project Partners  

National Affordable Housing Network

Spirit of Columbia Gardens Carousel 

Butte-Silver Bow Developmental Disabilities Council

Kiwanis Club Sunshine Camp

Mike Fink, carpentry/construction tech instructorMike Fink

Carpentry / Construction Tech

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Rich Miller, carpentryRich Miller



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