12/20 Pensacola State College carpentry program to build Tumbleweed Tiny House

Dan Busse, Dean of Workforce Education, left, and Danny Steele, Director of Applied Technology, right, in front of a tiny house under construction.

Dan Busse, Dean of Workforce Education, left, and Danny Steele, Director of Applied Technology, right, at Pensacola State College, in front of a tiny house under construction.

Pensacola State College has created a tiny house construction program geared toward future generations of carpenters and builders.

The three-semester carpentry certificate program will allow those who completed the curriculum to be employed immediately upon graduation for entry-level carpentry jobs.

The students will work toward completing the construction of a Tumbleweed Tiny House throughout the program. The new program will launch in January 2016.

Read more – http://www.pnj.com/story/news/local/2015/12/20/new-psc-carpentry-program-build-tiny-houses/77302232/

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Elaine Walker