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Field apprenticeships

Dirty boots are a sign of a job well done.

Construction workers and apprentices in field apprenticeships assembling formwork at a building site.

What should I expect?

Our field apprenticeship program is open to anyone eager to learn, no degree or experience required. With mentors who have decades of expertise, you’ll gain hands-on skills in trades like carpentry and concrete work. This isn’t just a job; it’s the kickstart to a real, rewarding career where you’ll grow not only your technical know-how but also your leadership skills. If you’re still in high school or trade school, this is a great option to begin getting real-world experience–and a competitive paycheck–while you complete your studies.

  • Hands-on learning

    Apply your knowledge in real-world scenarios. You’ll gain practical skills, problem-solving abilities, and a deeper understanding of construction processes while learning the ropes.

  • Mentorship

    Form lasting relationships with experienced pros who’ll coach you in a supportive working environment.

  • Career stability

    There's a high demand for individuals with expertise in this field, which means you’ll find job security and growth. We’re dedicated to training and keeping skilled employees who are eager to learn.

Where this path can take you

There’s no end to the places a job with Brasfield & Gorrie can take you, but here’s a sneak peek of what the future could hold.


Frequently asked questions

You asked, we answered. Here are some of the most common questions we get about hiring at Brasfield & Gorrie.

Our field apprenticeship program is open to anyone willing to learn a career in construction. You don’t need any prior experience or a specific background to apply.

You’ll gain hands-on experience in various trades, including carpentry and concrete work. You’ll also develop essential leadership and management skills with coaching from experienced mentors. Throughout the program, you’ll receive practical training, earn a competitive wage, and lay the foundation for a successful career in construction.

The duration of an apprenticeship varies depending on the specific trade and your skill level. Typically, apprenticeships last anywhere from one to four years. Apprentices have the opportunity to become a craft expert and pursue advanced training in their field.

Field apprenticeships