Architectural Woodworking/Cabinet Making Technology
Use your skills to create beautiful handcrafted wooden pieces.
If you like working with your hands and appreciate artisanship and attention to detail, the architectural woodworking/cabinet making technology program at Bates may be a good fit. Students prepare for careers at cabinet shops, lumber companies, architectural milling companies and more. This program prepares students for the Passport Certification through the Woodworkers Career Alliance (WCA).
Career Advisor: Jim Field253-680-7002 | email@example.com
Location: South Campus Hours: 7:30AM - 3:00PM
Program Length: Six Quarters
- National Median Salary$29,730
- National Potential Annual Job Openings11,100
This information is base on data from April 2020. For updated information, visit careeronestop, a database sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
At Bates, our tuition is affordable and there are options to help make it even easier to gain an education. Federal aid is available for many of our students. Scholarships are also available through the Bates Foundation.
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Associate of Applied Science
ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORKING/CABINET MAKING TECHNOLOGY
CIP: 48.0703 EPC: 877
Students prepare for careers in cabinet making and millwork crafts, in positions such as wood pattern maker, cabinetmaker, door assembler, solid surface fabricator, cabinet and millwork installer, project manager, sander, utility worker, wood pattern maker and machine operator. Shop activities are an integral part of the program and provide training and practical applications in complex joinery, finishing, and installation. Students work with wood and high-tech laminates, perform component design and fabrication, and learn the use of tools and equipment. This is a pre-apprenticeship program for the Seattle/Tacoma Millmen and Cabinet Makers Apprenticeship Committee. This program also provides extended learning opportunities for persons previously or currently employed in these and other related occupations.
Bates instructors are industry experts who enjoy working with and teaching students.
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