High school seniors who are interested in a job or career in Construction Management can now participate in a Western Nevada College Jump Start program created just for them.
The demand for qualified construction supervisors and managers is increasing in Nevada, and WNC can help high school students start building their future now.
- Earn 18 college credits towards an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Construction Project Management
- Prepare for national certifications through the National Center of Construction Education and Research
- Obtain a 30-hour OSHA Safety card
- Gain the opportunity for on-the-job training following completion of the two-semester, 18 unit program.
Jump Start Construction Technology is available for students at Dayton and Virginia City high schools. Students must be enrolled before the start of the WNC fall semester, which begins Monday, Aug. 31.
Students can ride by bus from their high school to the WNC Carson City campus, for classes that meet 8 a.m.-11 a.m. Monday-Friday.
Jump Start classes for Automated Systems are available for high school students at Dayton and Virginia City High Schools.