During a recent carpentry training class, Construct KC students practiced raising a wall. A joint project of the Kansas City-area construction industry and Kansas Workforce Partnership, Construct KC is a program in which students from the Johnson County Department of Corrections complete a 12-week hands-on carpentry curriculum to prepare them for employment in a variety of construction trades.
During a recent carpentry training class, Construct KC students practiced raising a wall. A joint project of the Kansas City-area construction industry and Kansas Workforce Partnership, Construct KC is a program in which students from the Johnson County Department of Corrections complete a 12-week hands-on carpentry curriculum to prepare them for employment in a variety of construction trades. Courtesy photo
During a recent carpentry training class, Construct KC students practiced raising a wall. A joint project of the Kansas City-area construction industry and Kansas Workforce Partnership, Construct KC is a program in which students from the Johnson County Department of Corrections complete a 12-week hands-on carpentry curriculum to prepare them for employment in a variety of construction trades. Courtesy photo

"A second chance." Construct KC offers students from JoCo corrections department jobs

May 08, 2018 12:00 AM