Building Pathways Boston Visits American Plumbing

| December 18, 2017

Joe Clancy, president; Dan Bent executive VP; and Sara Clancy, principle from APH with the group from Building Pathways

Norwell – A group from Building Pathways Boston recently visited the corporate office and pre-fab shop at American Plumbing and Heating to gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience in the plumbing industry.

“We were happy to host the group from Building Pathways, and we hope that by sharing our knowledge, experiences, and passion for what we do helps them to find out which career path would be best for them in the construction industry,” said Sara Clancy, principal at American Plumbing and Heating.

 

Sara Clancy, principal APH and Joe Donato, lead instructor Building Pathways

 

 

 

 

Building Pathways creates opportunities for low-income area residents, particularly in underserved communities, to access and prepare for building trades apprenticeships and family-sustaining careers in the construction industry. Through apprenticeship preparedness training, outreach to young adults, and advocacy, the company addresses the need to recruit top talent into the industry while opening career pathways to women, people of color, individuals with disabilities, and transitioning veterans.

“APH is proud to partner with Building Pathways Boston to help create more career opportunities in the construction industry,” added Clancy.

 

 

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