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WE BUILD LIVES.
If you’re ready for work that matters, your path begins here.
WE BUILD LIVES.
If you’re ready for work that matters,
your path begins here.
SPECIALIZING IN TRAINING YOU FOR TOP SKILLS
NEEDED IN THE USA
Demonstrating Workplace Readiness Skills
OSHA 10 Construction and General Industry Skills
OSHA 30 Construction and General Industry Skills
DID YOU KNOW?
In the United States, a qualified skilled tradesmen makes an average of $50,000 annually? The fact is there are less people pursuing a trade and there is a demand for more skilled workers in America. If you’ve been wondering whether you can build a career and earn a competitive pay as a skilled tradesman or tradeswoman, you can. Learn more about our programs and how to enroll today.
We can help you build a better life by providing you with the skills America needs.
5C’s Development Program is a 501(c)(3) non-profit vocational program located in the heart of Richmond, Virginia. We provide the men and women of Richmond an opportunity to become productive workers by offering programs and services in the area of Carpentry, Construction, Certifications, Contracting, and Counseling.
The future growth of our city depends on a skilled workforce of men and women with strong building trade skills, high-values, and work ethics. You will receive an exceptional technical educational experience with on-the-job training to give you the knowledge you need to obtain employment with a competitive wage.
Learn what you can expect from our admission process. We have rolling admissions, with no long waiting periods.
Ready to nail down a career in the building and construction industry? Learn about our programs, today!
Through our partner programs, we connect you with agencies that can provide employment opportunities.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“While in high school I always thought that football was the only thing that I had as a great learning experience for life, but I was wrong. Mr. Brown’s carpentry class has helped me view the world from a completely different perspective. The main thing that we were taught was that in today’s world it is best to have experience in different work fields. With different working experiences you will always have something to fall back on. Knowing that now, I continue to try new things that will help me in the future.”
“Participating in John Brown’s carpentry class was truly a remarkable experience. As a public school teacher taking a night class, the class was well organized, informative, and true a hands-on experience. With building a tool shed, I learn how to nail, paint, and seal. These skills enable me to replace the boards on my front, paint my bathroom, and seal my countertop in the kitchen. I can truly say that I learned a lot taking his class.”
Tavonda N. Conyers
TAKE THE LEAP TODAY
YOU ARE ONE CLICK AWAY FROM CHANGING YOUR LIFE
Campus of United Nations Church International
1731 Walls Street
Richmond, VA 23224
5C's Development Program
P.O. Box 74611
North Chesterfield, VA 23236