CARPENTER Q&A

Peter A Brousseau II

What’s the most important thing you remember learning as an apprentice?

Showing up with a positive attitude and ready to work.

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Penitone Helu

Describe a great day on the job.

A great day on the job is when you are having fun doing what you are doing.

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Nicole Korsmo

What do you do outside of work? For fun? In your community? With family?

I enjoy volunteering with youth programs, community projects, gardening, hunting and time with friends and family.

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Marcus White

What piece of advice would you share with someone who’s considering apprenticeship in Carpentry?

If you want a challenge in life and want to become a team player this is the trade for you.

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Mahon Kelly

What’s the most important thing you remember learning as an apprentice?

Safety is the most important thing.

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LaRue Jackson

Describe a typical day on the job.

Typical day is working hard, being safe and looking out for your fellow brother or sister.

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Kristen Elsbree

What piece of advice would you share with someone who’s considering apprenticeship in Carpentry?

It's a great trade. The program lets you take full advantage on hands on learning.

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Efrain Martinez

How would you describe your fellow tradespeople?

Everything is dependent on what type of person you are with them. You receive what you get.

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Carl Berentsen

How did you come to focus on your specific craft? What do you like most about your craft?

What I like most about my specific craft is cutting, rigging and welding.

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Brandon Fisher

What surprised you most about carpentry when you entered the field?

The pay is very good!

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Armando Cuevas

What’s the most important thing you remember learning as an apprentice?

Learning something new and meeting new people.

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