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We are grateful to these businesses and program partners for their ongoing support for skilled trades education and training.

We believe in the ability of every person to find success when pathways are available to them. We strive to make skilled trades education and training accessible to residents of the District of Columbia.

Featured in the Catalogue for Philanthropy since 2011, as "one of the best small nonprofits serving Greater Washington."

The JOBS Coalition raises awareness of workforce challenges and solutions in greater Washington.

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DC Students Construction Trades Foundation sponsors accredited career and technical education for high school youth and registered apprenticeship instruction classes for industry workers. READ MORE >>

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Save the Date! June 10, 2017
Youth Farmers Market Festival

Students in the Academy of Construction and Design at IDEA Public Charter School are building a green school community in Northeast Washington. Follow us @SkilledTradesDC for festival details!

June 7, 2017 DC Apprenticeship Academy graduation ceremony marks career milestone for registered trainees in Electrical, Carpentry, and other trade specialties. Read More >>

Mentoring makes a difference for CTE students in our Bright Futures Boot Camp. Read More >>

We’ve Moved! The Foundation’s new administrative address is 4001 Brandywine Street NW, 4th Floor, Washington DC 20016. All classes continue to meet in our skilled trades training facility at IDEA PCS in Northeast Washington.

 

 
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