Construction is a competitive industry. We’re doing serious work, and everybody wants to build the most impressive and innovative structures, on time and on budget. That spirit is pushing the boundaries of the way building … about Seeing is Believing: Why Female Mentors in Construction Matter
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and Procore’s Construction Education team have partnered to pilot a series of continued education courses to the industry, starting with local AGC chapters in Texas.
Jobsite recently spoke with HITT Futures Program Manager Sarah Schmitt about how the company adapted their internship program in the face of adversity during the pandemic.
Jobsite recently spoke with Diana Eidenshink, President of the ACE Mentor Program, and Paulette Dallas, ACE’s Western Regional Director, to discuss the organization’s shift to the virtual environment.
In the four-part series entitled, Virtual Construction Education 101, Procore partners and education specialists share their challenges, results, and silver linings of continuing education through the pandemic.
It isn’t enough to just be a technically apt person on projects—there are other important metrics of career success. It now takes a lot of work outside of the workplace to achieve success. Here are … about 5 Secrets to Achieving Massive Career Success in Construction
It’s nice to think we can go about it alone. Perhaps that is a possibility, but it will take an extremely long time to achieve the end goal. You don’t need to look far for … about Why Mentoring Matters