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TCBA Is Committed to Helping Meet Your Workforce Needs

2024 Skilled Trades Boot Camp will have two different dates and locations this year! The first one is on July 15th to July 19th at Project Lift in Palm City and the other is on August 5th to August 9th at IRSC in Fort Pierce. Young adults between the ages of 17-22 with a high school diploma or enrolled in a GED equivalent are eligible to apply! All participants will be introduced to potential careers in the construction and other related industries. Learning hands-on skills with a career fair on the last day featuring companies that are ready to hire! If you are interested, scan the QR code below to sign up!

Well-trained employees are essential to the success of TCBA members, especially those that require workers in the skilled trades of carpentry, masonry, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC.

TCBA is committed to helping members meet their workforce needs which is why our Skilled Trades Committee and Workforce Readiness Task Force are engaged with key community partners in Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin, and Okeechobee counties to equip workers with the skills they need to succeed.

2024 Boot Camp - Both Dates (RESIZED)
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  • Student Memberships that connect young people to TCBA, create awareness of training opportunities, and provide a database of future employees for TCBA members.
  • Mentoring Program where TCBA members go into local schools and make presentations about how young people can pursue rewarding careers in the skilled trades.
  • Future Builders of America Program sponsored by the Home Builders Institute (HBI) presents a unique opportunity for local high school students to organize into chapters and engage with other students around the state in an annual Leadership Summit
  • Career Day where TCBA members connect with individuals who have developed their skills through various high school, technical college, and college training programs.
  • Boot Camp held in partnership with Project Lift and the St. Lucie, Martin and Indian River County schools to present career exploration and training for young adults who have chosen the the skilled trades industry as their career path.

Executive Officer Deb Frazier or Past President and Skilled Trades Committee Chairman Jim Brann of The Porch Factory

TCBA In The Community

Working To Find Your Next Skilled Tradesman

St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) and Treasure Coast Builders Association (TCBA) continue to grow the pipeline for students in the Skilled Trade fields.

Members of TCBA met with teachers and school administrators at Port St. Lucie High School to plan for the school year. Contact the TCBA office if you are interested in our Skilled Trade programs and initiatives. 

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