Highschool Students Learn Valuable Skills from Local Construction Company

Fri January 20, 2017 - West Edition
John Walker


Veteran workers teach future generations the skills they need to work in the industry. (photo:John Walker)
Veteran workers teach future generations the skills they need to work in the industry. (photo:John Walker)

Hosted by Four C's Construction, high school students from throughout Fresno, Madera and Mariposa counties were able to learn from professionals in the building trades during a job-shadowing day coordinated by the Fresno County Office of Education's Career Technical Education program. Anthony Ayerza, area coordinator for the program, talks about the great opportunity offered the students, which could lead to career paths.

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