Multi-Craft Core Curriculum

The Multi-Craft Core Curriculum (MC3) is a comprehensive apprenticeship-readiness program (120 hours), which was developed and approved by the Building Trades National Apprenticeship and Training Committee and recognized by the US Department of Labor. MC3’s program design includes curriculum on tools and materials, basic math prep, construction safety, diversity, and financial responsibility. The MC3 provides a pathway for community residents to gain access to Building Trades apprenticeships and is a national industry-recognized credential.

•  High school diploma or GED • 7th grade math skills • 8th grade English skills •  Mandatory class attendance •  Willingness to work hard and learn!
•  Students will be required to present their Social Security card or birth certificate and a California ID or driver’s license  OR a valid U.S. passport.

• Electrical
• Pipe Fitters
• Sheet Metal
• Construction
• Carpentry
• Solar
• Blue Prints

“Not only did they teach us  what we needed to know,  but they took us places to  meet people in the trades.”

“I am very grateful I had the opportunity to take this class! I learned a lot, and now feel prepared to work.”

“Not only did they teach us what we needed to know, but they also took us to places to meet people in the trade.”