JCP Construction had a great time with some Milwaukee School of Sign Language students who visited our office as part the “Be The Spark Education Tours” program. We were able to provide them an inside look into the world of construction and also provide some tips on how to land a career.
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MPS students get a crash course on the real-world through partnership with local businesses
This Black History Month, a family-owned construction company is giving back to our next generation.
Dozens of Milwaukee middle school students got a rare opportunity inside the world of construction. The company that helped build Fiserv Forum is helping students dream big.
From handshakes to tough interview questions, students from Milwaukee School of Sign Language were given a rare look inside JCP Construction at Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and W. Vine.
The crash course started with a game of Jeopardy. Then, they were grilled with the exact questions the company answered to land a huge role working for the upcoming Democratic National Convention.
“It’s very helpful that he helped me how to do an interview, so when I grow up I can do an interview like I did there,” said Camron Allen, middle school student.