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Masonry

male student standing in front of some stacked bricks
students standing in front of a van
brick that says SkillsUSA masonry championships
bricks that say USA 2017
students working on masonry project
students wearing red suit coats at SkillsUSA competition
student building a fireplace
students working on masonry project
students in a graveled area-basement of future house
students working on masonry project
students smoothing concrete on a sidewalk
students working on basement of a house
students and instructor
students working on masonry project
students working on masonry project
students working on masonry project
"The masonry program groomed me to be comfortable in a wide breadth of construction conversations."
Tessa Boyce, '12
Program Advantages: 

Student involvement in project-based learning includes participating in real world construction projects, building foundations, installing masonry veneer, construction of chimneys, fire places, brick ovens and local community projects.

Professional Outlook: 

Starting salaries range from $20,000 – $39,000* depending on the geographic area and the type of masonry construction. Skilled masons are in high demand and employment opportunities are available in the union, landscaping, and construction.

*Based on the Alfred State 2015 Employment Report
Contact: 
R. Jack Jones, Building Trades Department Chairman
607-587-4130
Pioneer Quotes: 
Snapcode linking to building trades web page
Building Trades Department

"I work for Piscataqua Landscaping & Hardscaping in Eliot, Maine, and in my management position I am responsible for 115 customer accounts. The masonry program groomed me to be comfortable in a wide breadth of construction conversations.” -Tessa Boyce, '12