Miller’s Services and Rave Design+Build are touting the success of their expanded Skilled Trades Boot Camp program.
In its second year, the program doubled in length, offering two weeks of hands-on experience to 15 talented high school students from the Gloucester community.
The Skilled Trades Boot Camp, made possible through grant funding from the Gloucester Community Foundation, aims to provide high school students with a paid work-based learning experience, offering a glimpse into the world of skilled trades.
Students initially indicated their interest by completing an application process. Following this step, they were invited to participate in interviews at Gloucester High School, where they had the opportunity to meet with participating business partners.
After a thorough selection process, students were grouped by their rising grade level and evenly distributed between the two week-long sessions.
Each day, students were assigned to a mentor in a different trade, ...
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