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Get Involved – CCDI St. Louis

Our CCDI St. Louis community is vibrant and collaborative. Through the support of our partners and the efforts of our participants, CCDI has grown and proved that bringing positive change through workforce development is possible. If you are interested in joining our CCDI St. Louis community, explore out the great opportunities we offer.

Summer Internship Interviews

Internship Interviews will take place at The Hilton Garden Inn at 4450 Evans Pl, St. Louis, MO 63134 on April 25 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. We are looking to place 10-15 junior students from North Tech into summer internship positions. Please contact Rachel Boemer if your company would like to participate, rachelboemer@ccdi.com.

Employers

We partner with our clients, consultants, suppliers and subcontractors in the communities in which we operate. Just like them, CCDI is dedicated to St. Louis and its construction workforce. That’s why we give our time, energy and resources to our program.
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Jobseekers

Jobs in the construction industry can provide a wide array of career opportunities. CCDI provides mentors to guide our participants through the training processes and apprenticeships and help them enter the construction workforce.
Contact CCDI if you would like to enroll or if you would like to know more about our program.
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Mentors

Our mentors provide CCDI with their time, energy and resources to help our program and our participants. CCDI relies on our mentors from the construction industry to be mentors to our CCDI participants. It is our mentorships hands-on, one-on-one approach that has made our St. Louis program such a success.
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Students

CCDI began as a mentoring program for students looking to join the construction industry, with a high rate of full-time employment after graduation. Our mentoring program is still going strong and continuing to grow each year. You have the power to create the future you want. Start your path to a fulfilling and lasting career.
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Construction Academy

St. Louis’ CCDI program offers local high school students the opportunity to participate in our Construction Academy. The CCDI Construction Academy brings students together once a month to discuss careers in construction and learn the soft skills needed to be successful in the industry.

Construction Academy: March 2019

CCDI took a field trip to tour Tarlton’s Northwest Healthcare Siteman Cancer Center project. The students began the day with presentations from BJC, Local 562, and from Tarlton’s Superintendent on the project, Mr. James Tillman.They then walked around the jobsite and learned about the most important part of the project, the radiation room. CCDI rounded out the day back in the educational trailer to learn CPR and play interactive construction simulation games. Thank you Tarlton for hosting a CCDI Saturday Academy!

Construction Academy: February 2019

CCDI students took to the road this past Saturday for a visit to L. Keeley Construction. The theme of the February Academy session was Adaptability. CCDI thanks Nathan Munie for presenting about pre-construction and to Derek Maschek for organizing the days events and giving us a tour of the company. CCDI is excited to partner with L. Keeley and ADB for future endeavors including our upcoming Career Fair on March 7th!

Construction Academy: January

At the January CCDI Construction Academy class, students focused on the Clayco trait of “Stamina.” Students then got to practice their public speaking skills by sharing their elevator pitches in front of their peers. After presenting their elevator pitches to the Construction Academy, the students got to do practice interviews with CCDI Build Our Future Scholarship recipients, Kyah and Trenton.