To provide further understanding of the construction industry and networking opportunities for Texas A&M University students in the construction industry.
OJ Beck JR. Scholarships
For students in a 4 year degree program
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For students pursuing technical training or certificates to enter the construction industry.
Technical Training Application
Workforce Development Scholarships
The AGC Education and Research Foundation offers undergraduate and graduate level scholarships to students enrolled in construction management or construction related engineering programs.
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For students entering craft training or technical programs.
“Texas needs men and women dedicating their talents to the construction industry, and as a state, we must encourage students and Texas of all ages to consider construction as a worthy career option… I encourage all Texans to learn more about our construction industry and recognize the critical role it plays in the development of Texas and the nation.”Governor Greg Abbott
EducationAGC of America is the place to go to learn what you need to know to make sure you have the knowledge to be successful. From AGC-developed curricula and management programs to economic data and analysis, there are learning opportunities for everyone. Throughout the year, AGC hosts distance learning programs such as webinars and online safety training, as well as in-seat conferences around the nation covering important industry topics. In addition to specific educational programs, AGC has a wealth of informational resources and research on a wide variety of industry topics.
We support a strong education system in order to prepare today’s students for apprenticeships, colleges and future careers.
We are dedicated to helping young people achieve a certification or degree in a construction-related field and providing opportunities for employment as building professionals. AGC South Texas Chapter
The future of the construction industry is dependent upon the next generation of our workforce. AGC and its chapter, members and industry partners are focused on providing resources and sharing best practices for workforce development within the construction industry.
Which Craft Pro Are You?
With so many craft specialties, it can be hard to know which one is right for you. Use your interests to learn which construction career may be your perfect fit. Find out which careers you're aligned with and take our personality quiz.TAKE THE QUIZ
AGC Bricklayer Apprentice Program
The AGC is currently accepting applications for apprenticeship program. Must be 18 years of age. For more info contact Greg Avery 361.549.9161
left to right: Magdelano Vega Jr. (3rd year), Andrew Patterson (1st year), John Montalvo (1st year), Justin Yamauchi (1st year)
left to right: William Flentge (1st year), Paul John Garcia (1st year), Instructor Greg Avery, Robert Garcia (2nd year), Magdelano Vega Jr. (1st year)
Back left to right: Alex Franco (1st year), Uvaldo Davila (1st year), Mark Cueller (2nd year), Otis Mizes (2nd year), Daniel Perez (1st year)
Front left to right: Sid Smith (SS Smith & Sons Masonry, owner), Joshua Gray (2nd year), Greg Avery (Instructor), Victor Perez Jr. (2nd year), Robert Lara (2nd year)
AGC Student Chapter
Membership in an AGC Student Chapter provides young professionals with an opportunity to learn, observe and develop their skills with current leaders in the industry. Student Chapters exist at accredited two- and four- year schools offering programs in construction management, construction technology, and construction-related engineering. Schools must be accredited by ABET or the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).
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AGC COLORING BOOK
These coloring worksheets feature an educational component, ranging from dot to dot numbers and letters. Printable coloring pages are fun and can help children develop important skills. These skills, eye-hand coordination, color concepts and picture comprehension, form the foundation for early learning success. Kids who print and color sheets and pictures, generally acquire and use knowledge more effectively.
What is the importance of coloring in children?
Motor Skills: The act of coloring can improve motor skills in you children. The motions involved in coloring like holding the tools and scribbling with crayons can help in the development of the tiny muscles in their wrist, fingers and hands. Fine motor skills help your children to write and manipulate small objects.
How do coloring books help kids?
Coloring books make them focus. This skill will be used in school. Also, the coloring forces mentally to split figures or parts and to understand how the parts work together. Besides patience and develop grip.
In the next ten years, the construction industry will need additional workers to cover new work and a retiring workforce. And it’s not just careers in the skilled trades.
Administrative, design, and construction management careers are all on the rise.
There are many different construction jobs! Carpenter, Equipment Operator, Construction Laborer, Pipefitter, Plumber, Electrician, Project Engineer, Construction Estimator, Construction Inspector and Construction Superintendent and many more.
We hope you encourage your child to explore the many careers in construction and watch them build a successful future!
Let’s build your future today!
AGC is Proud to Partner with Local Educators
AGC considers “workforce development” as a broad umbrella that encompasses both those activities that encourage students in elementary, middle, high school or beyond to consider the potential of a career in construction and those that help prepare young people for their first jobs in the industry, either through craft training or a two- or four-year degree. Industry recruitment and retention are essential to the future of the construction industry. Just as important as finding craft workers, project managers and supervisors is ensuring that these essential workers are properly educated and trained. Efforts through AGC and its network of Chapters and industry partners are focused on the goal to attract, retain and train the future construction industry workforce.