The following guide gives prospective and current students a comprehensive look into a construction management degree. This in-depth guide details degree levels, degree requirements and career opportunities for graduates at any degree level. You can find more information about our online construction management degrees and programs guide here:
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CISCO’s long-standing Scholarship Program offers 4-year scholarships for high school seniors who are planning on attending a 4-year university or college. The other two categories are for seniors who plan on attending a two-year community college, and for building trade or contractor employees who are returning to school for continuing education purposes.
The Apprenticeship program is currently accepting applications for the Heavy Equipment Operator, Heavy Equipment Repair Technician, Geothermal/Well Driller, and our Building and Construction Inspector (Field Inspector) Programs. Applications may be completed online through our web interface. Apply Now or Continue a Saved Application. Alternatively, paper applications may be obtained at the Apprenticeship Office, or requested at any of our District Offices for a non-refundable fee of $25.00 (Money Order Only).