In Carpentry, we cover everything that goes into building a house from foundation to rough framing, energy efficiency and codes, kitchens, bathrooms and finish work. You can get a degree (AS) in Carpentry and work towards a contractor’s license, or take individual classes for personal enrichment and become more handy.
COMING SOON: STACKABLE MINI CERTIFICATIONS in Beginning Carpentry, Intermediate Carpentry and Finish Carpentry
Major / Certificate Requirements (1 & 2 Year option)
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For deliveries, the best entrance is a driveway on the north side of 7th street heading west on 7th st towards Fallon st.
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Karl Seelbach (Department Head)
Karl Seelbach began teaching at Laney in 2009 and started full time in 2013. He was lead instructor on Laney Carpentry’s off campus project of the student built... Read more