You’ve helped build our nation, and now it’s time to build a better future for yourself. Alaska’s Helmets to Hardhats reaches out to Veterans, Transitioning Service Members, and Active-Duty Spouses and helps them connect to quality training and careers in construction.
If you’re interested in better career opportunities call or email Jason at (907) 569 4713 or [email protected]
Registration & Training, Let’s Get Started!
Now is a great time to start working towards a better career and a brighter future. Below are links to our H2H registration form and our construction training application. Please be sure to fill out the H2H registration form before filling out the training application. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance.
Please fill out the H2H Registration Form.
Please complete the Construction Training Application.
Check out our training info pages to apply.
Current Available Training:
Anchorage and Mat-Su:
Watch the interview with KTVA to learn more about the Helmets to Hardhats program.
“Kelain was separating from the Army and searching for gainful employment. He contacted Alaska Works and inquired about construction apprenticeships and Helmets to Hardhats. While he was still on active duty, he was able to take 2 separate trainings and after completing them, he decided he wanted to apply to the Operators Apprenticeship as a Heavy Equipment Service Oiler. Once he was accepted, Alaska Works was able to pay for his tools and gear to set him up for success. ”
“The H2H carpentry class with Brian was a great class. I enjoyed how we talked about the lesson and immediately went into application. It was structured and the instructor was extremely knowledgeable of the trade.“
~ John Matheson
Darren was working at a local pizza shop in Anchorage and decided that he wanted a career change. He decided to give construction trades a shot and applied for Alaska Works Carpentry 1 and found his calling. Darren was ranked #1 in his class, applied to the Carpenters Apprenticeship, and was accepted.
“The classes have helped me understand more of the trade and what is involved. It’s amazing that Alaskan carpenters build everything from dirt to doorknobs”