"Career Pathways in Construction Management"

Session #1 9:00 to 9:45 a.m.

Session #2 10:00 to 10:45 a.m.

Now is good time to learn about what the Construction Industry offers. For students directly out of high school to those with advanced college degrees, in areas such as Trade / Craft professionals, Technical / Administrative professionals, Design and Engineering Professionals, and Management Professionals.

Construction related career opportunities exist in Architecture, Engineering, Energy and Facility Maintenance. Construction Services was noted as one of the 10 Best College Majors For a Lucrative Career by Kiplinger.com.

Over $8 .0 billion dollars worth of construction is being completed or planned in Northeast Ohio and with advances in technology, materials, and the environment new opportunities in the Construction Industry are being created.

Join us on Wednesday, October 24th as Construction Employers Association (CEA) partners share their insights on Construction Management:

• What do you have to offer the Construction Industry?
• What skills are needed in Construction Management?
• What does Construction Management Offer for you?
• How to get involved in Construction Management?
• Who wants to be in charge? Who can get things done?
• Can you focus on the “big picture” and/ or small details?

Panelists include:
Tasiana Stigall - CEA Fellow (graduate of Construction Management Academy Program and senior at Cleveland State University);
Trevor Cost – Warren Roofing Project Manager / CEA Future Executives Committee Past Chairman; Miami University graduate and
Grant Raymond – Dunlop & Johnston

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