Kenny Electric is proud to again participate in the Master’s Apprentice Program providing young men a bridge to the skilled trades through basic training.
A Bridge to the Trades
The Master’s Apprentice is a new social enterprise created to connect industries in need of qualified apprentices and young men searching for a sustainable career. The program recruits young men 18-25 years old from low-income communities to participate in a 12-week intensive course that includes work ethic, construction math, financial literacy, career counseling and basic workshop skills.
Kenny Electric’s President, Dave Pavelka, gives a group of young men a behind-the-scenes tour and tutorial on the basics of electrical design and construction. The company hopes one day, these young apprentices will decide to join the Kenny team.
If you would like to learn more about the program, and get involved, visit their website at www.themastersapprentice.org