The South Dakota Home Builders Association wants you to know what careers are available in our industry! The organization is constantly trying to improve the industry workforce through different programs and in collaboration with career centers and Labor Forces.

If you are interested in finding a job in the Home Building Industry, take a look at some information below.  You can also visit our Workforce Development, Education & Careers page for more information.

South Dakota Department of Labor & Regulation

This area will show you some links to careers in our industry as well as others.  Those looking to place ads, find employment and more, can visit their website for more information.  Visit Website…

Carpentry Apprenticeship Program

In a continuing effort to produce skilled workers for the home building industry and to find new ways of training the general workforce to become those skilled laborers, LATI has worked with our organization to provide a Building Trades Technology line of classes and Carpentry Apprenticeship programs to help produce skilled laborers for our industry and address the severe skilled worker shortage here in SD and throughout the nation.  Find out more information by visiting their website.  Visit Website…

South Dakota Department of Education/ My Life

SDMyLife Network is part of SDMyLife.com, an online career and academic planning system implemented state-wide reaching over 60,000 grades 7-12 students.

The Network provides great benefits for all parties. Students benefit from having business professionals to connect to and interact with in developing their career aspirations. These interactions help students to define their career goals and gain knowledge of how classroom skills are applied to the world-of-work. Businesses benefit from this free tool by offering Work-Based Learning Experiences – Businesses and professionals can post and coordinate work-based learning experiences like job shadowing, company tours, internships, etc. that their business offers directly with students and educators. Find out more…