Tired of your old office job? Looking for a new job where you can work with your hands? Get ready for a change! For the second year in a row, the Associated General Contractors of New Mexico presents its Construction Career Expo. Produced in partnership with ABC New Mexico, ACNM, and MCA/SMACNA of New Mexico, and sponsored by Intel, Meta, and Sandia National Laboratories, the event will take place in the main ballroom at Sandia Resort and Casino. The 2nd Annual Construction Career Expo puts you in touch with the experts from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Thursday, April 6, 2023.
Both administrative and field job opportunities will be available. Attendees will learn how they can build their career in construction and meet over 80 employers in the industry from across the state and region. The event is open to the unemployed, underemployed, or anyone seeking a career change, with benefits including excellent pay and benefits, no degree required (so no student debt!), the opportunity to work with your hands, and a career path that can take you all the way to CEO!
As an added incentive for employers, construction industry members and contractors can attend an expo kick-off, on Wednesday, April 5, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. An Owner Roundtable Panel featuring speakers from Intel, Meta, and Sandia National Laboratories will take place over breakfast, followed by an Economic Outlook presentation. To find out more about the panel, or to register, visit the website.
A career in construction allows you to work outside, build your community, and make great wages. No degree required, and the opportunities are endless. You can learn a trade, manage projects, and even manage a company someday. The sky is the limit in construction. Free snacks and drinks will be provided, along with swag and Oculus giveaways. To learn more about the 2nd Annual Construction Career Expo, visit the website.
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AGC New Mexico is the trusted professional source which represents the entire construction industry. We are dedicated to ensuring the future through unifying and advancing the construction industry in New Mexico.This article was posted by David Salcido