Students Spend a Day at Pulte Homes Job Sites
Pulte Homes and NAHB Student Chapters have partnered to forge a closer working bond between students studying construction-related topics and the home building industry. Called “A Day at the Job Site,” the program brings students from four-year universities, two-year colleges and high schools to current Pulte Homes developments for a day of information sharing, networking and education.
Students visiting the Pulte sites not only get to see in the field the many career choices available in the home building industry, but their focus is also directed to the company’s ongoing efforts to increase the diversity of its workforce.
Students tour homes in various stages of construction and interact with executives of Pulte Homes to explore topics ranging from the construction process to sales and marketing.
“Day at the Job Site” events are currently scheduled in Maryland, Arizona, Texas and Florida.
The program is being introduced in Easton, Md. at Pulte’s Chesapeake by Del Webb development. Students from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore will attend, including those majoring in construction management technology.
Student participants are members of NAHB through the association’s Student Chapters program, which is administered by Home Builders Institute (HBI), the workforce development arm of NAHB.
For more information, e-mail Page Browning, or call her at 800-795-7955 x8918.