Adult Education - YouthBuild
YouthBuild in the News:
The Santa Fe New Mexican published a story highlighting SFCC's YouthBuild program in October, 2014, "New Mexico ranks 25th in energ-efficiency efforts."
YouthBuild students at work on Project house in July. See more photos on Facebook.
In January 2014, YouthBuild students began work on an amazing project - they set out to build an entire house on site at SFCC.
On completion, the house will be moved to a lot in the city of Santa Fe and sold at below market price to a low-income family. On July 3, 2014, the first wall was raised! Construction will proceed rapidly now, with exterior walls going up in time to close in the house for winter. Interior walls and plumbing and electrical rough-in will take place while it's cold outside - and students will be warm inside. The Project House is scheduled to be finished by March 2015, so watch this page and Facebook for updates!
Contact Adult Education at 428-1356.
For Youth ages 16 to 24 interested in Green Construction Skills and who want to earn a GED. Must commit to a 1-year, full-time program, 5 days a week. The program pays tuition and a stipend for food and transportation.
YouthBuild will help you:
Earn your GED and HBI PACT (Home Builder’s Institute pre-apprenticeship certificate training)
- Learn basic green building construction skills
- Join a group of motivated students who will take classes with you in a supportive learning environment
- Help build a home in Santa Fe
About the Program
With support services such as college and career readiness training, the program only takes a year! YouthBuild provides financial support to pay for college courses, books, food and transportation. You must attend classes 5 days a week, Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Get Started Now!
For more information, please contact Jeff Hood, Director, 505-428-1276, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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