Truebeck Mentors Aspiring Students at Woodside High School


The construction industry is one of the best industries for new graduates to enter. With growing wages, high demand, and career growth opportunities more and more of Generation Z is taking an interest.

Helping these aspiring students are some of Truebeck’s talented construction professionals, who visit Woodside High School (WHS) to provide mentoring to students in the Sustainability or Business Technology Academy programs. The ultimate goal of these programs is to help the rising generation grasp the construction industry and how they can ultimately build careers in the field.

Students of WHS enter these programs as Sophmores and in their junior year they receive mentors. Additional perks include career mentoring, engineering project mentoring, guest speaking, and construction pathway mentoring.

The next generation of construction professionals is rising to take the place of many retiring baby boomers. We’re hoping to see many of these high school students join our ranks in the years to come.

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