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City College Construction Technology - Carpentry Program

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The Construction Technology-Carpentry Program, at MSU Billings' City College, has teamed up with Classic Design Homes to provide students with a little hands-on experience.

The students are learning all about business finances and how to start their own company, while in the classroom, and then take their carpentry skills to Billings' West End.

The 2,658 square foot home will be part of Classic Design Home's Spring Home Tour.

Once sold, upwards of $12,500 of the overall profit will be donated to City College's Carpentry Program in the form of scholarships and materials.

KULR-8's Chief Photographer, Levi Adams, has more about the Construction Technology Program.

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