Pembroke’s 6th Grade Career Day Offers Hands-On Learning
Campus CMG helps students wrap their heads - and their hands - around the construction trades
Project Manager Brian Beachner represented Campus CMG in the 6th Grade Student Career Day at Pembroke Intermediate School. Campus was one of several businesses involved in the event.
Campus CMG provided students with an overview of the many professional opportunities that the construction industry has to offer. At the event, students learned about a variety of construction roles and their required skills and abilities, education requirements and career paths.
Lowes Home Improvement donated workshop building kits and hammers to make the event a huge success. Students were required to follow the blue prints to build a variety of projects including a tether ball stand, a ginger bread house, a flapping bat, a passenger car and a mirror fun house. Upon completion, each student’s project was inspected for quality and accuracy.
Campus CMG is currenlty providing construction management services to Pembroke CSD for a $24.8 million renovations project. For more information, see the Related Information links below.