Tagged as Campaign for Historic Trades

An occupation is the principal activity one engages to earn money. A profession is an occupation requiring special knowledge or skill.​ At the time writing this, historic trades are not an official occupation. For example, a carpenter has a job code on the Occupation Information Network, O*NET: 47-2031.00 – Carpenters. It explains what a carpenter does, their knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as employment data, like wages and job prospects.

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Preservation Maryland is proud to announce our role in the introduction of federal legislation, a first in the organization’s (almost) 90-year history. 

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Construction has a labor supply problem. This week, CNN Business published an article entitled America desperately needs 1 million more construction workers. The Campaign for Historic Trades, powered by Preservation Maryland, is a national effort to reshape the landscape of historic trades. The organization builds out training programs and creates hands-on opportunities for individuals looking to build careers.  

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The Campaign for Historic Trades, a national program of Preservation Maryland created to broaden and expand training in the high–demand field of historic trades, and Conversation Legacy, a nationwide nonprofit that engages youth, young adults and veterans in conservation and service programs, today announced a partnership to recruit and train individuals in historic preservation trades.

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