• Program Profile
    Carpentry students are introduced to the use of hand and power tools, residential framing, commercial metal stud construction, roofing, cabinet making, drywall installation and interior and exterior finishing. When possible, the program leads the construction of an actual project house on the Greene County Career Center campus.

    Student work has also been displayed at the Greene County Fair and recognized by Habitat for Humanity. The Carpentry program is nationally-recognized by NCCER and you are able to earn credit at both Sinclair Community College and Hocking College in a variety of construction pathways.
    Advanced placement is available to seniors who meet certain grade, attendance, and behavior requirements. It allows you to enter the workforce during the senior year. With the proper grades, attendance and teacher recommendation, you may also be eligible for the Apprenticeship program during the senior year. Our placement program can help with both opportunities once you have proven yourself at GCCC.

    Career Opportunities
    Materials Salesperson
    Construction Worker
    General Contractor
    Home Improvement Specialist
    Drywall Installer
    Career-Technical Student
    Organization affiliation – SkillsUSA

    Certifications and Credentials
    NCCER Core Curriculum (National)
    NCCER Carpentry Level One
    Associated Builders and
    Contractors (National)
    OSHA Safety Certification

    Apprenticeship and Placement
    Students in good standing are eligible for the Apprenticeship program during their senior year or for Advanced Job Placement during the second semester of their senior year. This program is recognized for its hands-on approach to learning. Students are also eligible to earn National Certification through the National Center for Construction Education & Research.

    College Connections
    Sinclair Community College Tech Prep Scholarship ($3,000)
    College credits may be earned for Construction Level I, Construction Technology Level II, Special Topics and Safety.

    Career-Technical Student Organization affiliation - SkillsUSA

    Contact Chad Muterspaw, Carpentry instructor, at