The Hammond Area Career Center (ACC) Construction program has been working diligently on a multitude of projects. For Hispanic Heritage Month, the Construction program built a display of an Aztec Temple. The class as a whole put in a lot of effort to make the temple accurate and the details precise. In addition to working on this project, the class is working on a project to honor veterans in the area. This class allows time for individual as well as group projects. The Construction class offers certification for OSHA as well as NCCER certification. Students in this class earn six high school credits and have the opportunity to attend this program as both a junior and a senior. The Construction class offers skills such as blueprint reading, framing, roofing, painting, and even cabinetry. Students are able to intern with different companies in the area halfway through their second year in the program. Students in this program are able to compete in SkillsUSA and are starting t
The WNC Construction Career Day is an event at the Smoky Mountain Event Center (Haywood County Fairgrounds) in Waynesville. This is an opportunity for WNC students to learn more about the construction industry, skilled trades, and the many careers that are in demand, talk with company representatives and participate in hands-on activities. Visit regularly for updates.