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Learn more about training and education programs throughout Maryland that will prepare you for a position or promotion within the construction industry.

Apprenticeship Maryland

Apprenticeship Maryland is a part of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation’s Division of Labor and Industry and is responsible for registering and regulating the state approved apprenticeship programs in Maryland. Their professional staff members can help you identify potential apprenticeship programs and help you through the application process.

There are 228 approved occupations for apprenticeship training. 13 of the top 20 occupations are construction related.

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Community Colleges

Many of Maryland’s community colleges offer degree or certificate programs in construction, architecture, engineering and building trades. Please visit the Education and Training Map for more information.

Associate Degree Programs:

Community Colleges

Certification Programs:

Anne Arundel Community College


Baltimore City Community College


Carroll County Community College


Community College of Baltimore County


College of Southern Maryland
Frederick Community College


Hagerstown Community College


Harford Community College


Howard Community College


Montgomery Community College


Prince George’s Community College

High School Technology Education Programs

The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) maintains a list of high school technology education programs that provide construction career preparation.

Existing programs: 17 Construction Academies, 12 of which are certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). Students completing these programs are eligible for advanced standing in related apprenticeship or community college. The programs are located in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Queen Anne’s County, Cecil County, Dorchester County, Somerset County, Wicomico County, and Worcester County.

To find a CTE program in your area, please visit the MCCEI Education Map.

Maryland Center for Construction Education & Innovation