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The CTE program at SHS will have over 90 students participating in the CIC program this coming school year.

The Summit County Builders Association is proud to be supporting SHS's CTE program. We believe that these students are the future of the building industry and are committed to providing resources and support to help them succeed.

This CTE program at Summit High School is dedicated to bringing local construction trades into the classroom to provide hands-on learning. This program sets itself apart from others with its unique approach, with over 30 community volunteers from more than 10 trades presenting classroom instruction. Students have the opportunity to learn about plumbing, electrical, framing and more. 

Careers in Construction Colorado brings construction-based vocational education into high school curriculums. 

The Summit County Builders Association, in partnership with Summit High School and CIC Colorado, introduced this program in the fall of 2022. Our first year had 60 female and male students.

The CIC program is made possible by Summit County's community of givers. 

In its first year we received an amazing outpouring of support for this program. 

To be successful this program will continue to need assistance. 

Please consider making a monetary donation, or a donation of time or materials.

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THANK YOU

$10K+
The Summit Foundation      
Scott & Anne Lindblom/LIV Sotheby’s Intl Realty
Pinnacle Gives
Summit Economic Partn
ership

$5K+
Rotary Club
Town of Silverthorne
Summit County Builders Assoc.
HBI Colorado Springs
MONEY + MATERIALS
Maryland Creek Builders
K.C. Custom Builders
Siloam Stone
Lipari Construction            

Travis Construction
Timberline Disposal 
Knipps Welding
Breckenridge Building Center
Alpine Lumber
$1K+
Xcel Energy                                             
Linda Peotter Giving Generations Foundations
Allen-Guerra Design              
First Bank of Breckenridge
G E Johnson                                             
Summit Homes Construction
Breckenridge Building Center
Kevin’s Construction
Alpine Lumber                                         
Mathison Construction
IFurnish                                                  
Anthony Ryan Associates, LLC
RJG Associates                                               
Breckenridge Lands
HANDS-ON CLASS ROOM INSTRUCTION
Lane Mathison, Mathison Construction
Peter Schmitdt, Xcel
Chad Rowe, Pinnacle Mtn Homes
Carolanne Powers, Summit Homes Construction
Scott Orr, Orr Concrete
Michael Shult, Michael Shult Architect
Joe Ratlif, American Electric
Rama Timmons, Driftwood Custom Builders
Heath Coffman, Coffman Construction
Tim Arthur, TAA Construction
Samuel Martinez, All Peak Builders
Dominick Leonardi, Dominator Plumbing
Luis Canales, Roof Evolution
Travis Barton & Nick Black, Breckenridge Building Supply
Encore Electric
Rick Fout, Town of Breckenridge
Jonny Burnette

Careers in Construction Colorado brings construction-based vocational education into high school curriculums. 

The Summit County Builders Association, in partnership with Summit High School and CIC Colorado, introduced this program in the fall of 2022. Our first year had 60 female and male students.

Dedicated to bringing local construction trades into the classroom to provide hands-on learning, this program sets itself apart from others with its unique approach. With over 30 community volunteers from more than 10 trades presenting classroom instruction, students have the opportunity to learn about plumbing, electrical, framing and more. 

The CIC program is made possible by Summit County's community of givers, in its first year we received an amazing outpouring of support for this program. SHS will have over 90 students participating in the CIC program this coming school year, to be successful this program will continue to need assistance. Please consider making a monetary donation, or a donation of time or materials.

We believe that these students are the future of the building industry and are committed to providing resources and support to help them succeed.

© 2023 Summit County Builder's Association

669 Summit Blvd, Unit H

PO Box 2245, Frisco, CO 80443

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