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BUILDING
THE
FUTURE

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TRAINING TOMORROW'S LEADERS

437

High Schools in Massachusetts

648k

Students in Massachusetts

158K

Residential Construction Workers in Massachusetts

4:1

Student to Worker Ratio

1 in 4 students entering the trades will more than double Massachusett's current workforce.

About CICMA

Careers in Construction is a workforce development program designed to help Massachusetts based traditional high schools launch trades programs. Help us create the Next Generation of Home Builders.

Active Projects

to Fund

The program either facilitates or directly supports finding the funds, acquiring the tools, sourcing the materials, and attaining the curriculum for high school administrators and students who are interested in a trades career. 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

We are building the next generation of project managers, foremen, tradespeople, etc. to take the baton eventually from the individuals on which this industry was established. Pledge your support today!

Launch Your Program

Are you interested in starting a trades program at your high school? BRAGB can help you go through the process to launch a trades program.

​From preliminary discussions with administrators, counselors and instructors to gauging student interest through obtaining grant funding to enable the programs.

TRUSTED PARTNERS.

 
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GET INVOLVED
TODAY!

 

ACTIVE PROJECTS.

Quincy High School Tiny House Project

Quincy, MA

Students who are interested in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, and other vocational programs are getting the opportunity to receive serious hands-on experience — by building a tiny house.

Students are working to construct a 192-square-foot home, complete with running water and electricity. Stay tuned!

Holliston High School Tiny House Project

Holliston, MA

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MAKE AN IMPACT.

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