Some reputable schools that offer carpentry training include American River College, College of Southern Nevada, Central New Mexico Community College, Rio Salado College and Des Moines Area Community College. These schools offers students the option take courses and receive a certificate or associate degree in carpentry. For example, Rio Salado College offers two levels of workforce development certificates in carpentry.
Other schools that are good options for those interested in carpentry training are Salt Lake Community College, Palomar College, Florida State College, Hillsborough Community College, Lansing Community College and Austin Community College. Students interested in apprenticeships can consider Palomar College, Hillsborough Community College or Salt Lake Community College. Those interested in a certificate program can choose from schools, such as Florida State College, which offers carpentry certificates two additional specialties: roof framing and building materials.
Two schools that offer associate degrees in carpentry are the College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas and American River College in Sacramento, California. Students in the College of Southern Nevada's Associate in Applied Science degree in Construction technology can choose to emphasize carpentry or building trades. American River College has an Associate in Arts program in Carpenter Apprenticeship through its Department of Building Trades and Construction.