Advancing skilled trades
Skilled trades are the backbone of our economy. They build and maintain the things we need like homes, factories, schools, and hospitals. They keep the lights on and ensure we have access to necessities like clean water. They provide the services we rely on every day such as food preparation, automotive service and repair, childcare and much more.
In this issue meet a few Mohawk Alumni working in skilled trades industries.
Pipeline to a career
After completing his Plumbing Apprenticeship and becoming Red Seal certified, Camden Freeman ‘16 started a business of his own in the trade.
Graduate Holly Brown ‘14 is putting her education to work as a building inspector for the City of Hamilton.
A childhood of tinkering prepares grad for the trades
Giovanni Cisternino ’04 took his passion and found his purpose as a teacher in the manufacturing engineering field.
“I feel blessed every single day in this amazing country and I am proud of the opportunities that Mohawk College has offered me as one of its students.”