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Retirement And Pension Funds
Must Be 18 Years Old For Hire
High School Diploma or GED
Willing to Travel
An ancient and noble profession, bricklayers are skilled journeyworkers who construct walls, partitions, steps, free standing piers, arches and other structures made of brick, concrete block or masonry materials. They study the blueprints or building plans to check specifications and determine the most accurate layouts. Bricklayers have a thorough knowledge of the different types of bricks that are available, the correct mortar mixtures and how to adapt building methods to different weather conditions so as to protect structures from humidity or water ingress.
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To become a bricklayer, high school students should take construction, building, shop, and trade courses. Knowledge of tools and how to do construction calculations, such as estimating, subtracting, and finding height, width and volume are important.
Completion of high school classes does not count for hours in the apprenticeship program, but the experience and classes taken are valuable in building a student’s skill set and should be discussed in the interview.
If you don’t have experience, we can help. We offer a 6-week training program in the spring to get you started. Click here to fill out the application: https://forms.gle/V9wu8hHokQiWsyw77
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