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Please check back in early 2022 for more information about our 2022 Construction Combine!

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Welcome to Construction Combine 2022!

Please visit constructioncombine.org for the latest updates.


Applications are open from November 1, 2021 to March 15, 2022

This is currently a “By Permission Only” course.  A Course Approval Code is required to register and enroll.  

If you have not received a course approval code, please apply on Construction Combine Application Site. If your application is approved, you receive a Course Approval Code. Please return to this page to complete registration.  If you have any questions about the application, please contact Scott Stephens at stepscot@isu.edu.


COVID-19: IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY CONTINUES TO MONITOR THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK, AND THE SAFETY AND WELL-BEING OF OUR COMMUNITY IS OUR TOP PRIORITY. AS A RESULT, SCHEDULED EVENTS MAY HAVE TO BE CANCELLED OR MOVED TO AN ONLINE FORMAT. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED, AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE, OF ANY CHANGES OR ALTERATIONS TO THE SCHEDULE.
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Are you interested in learning basic construction skills, working with local contractors on community projects, or improving your potential to find a job?

Inspired by the NFL draft, the Construction Combine allows trainees to demonstrate their skills and learn new ones. This is a great opportunity to help your community by meeting with local contractors and learning their specific construction needs. And you could possibly get hired to come work with them!

The Combine will take place on March 30 - March 31, 2022 from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm at the Home Depot in Chubbuck, ID.

On day one, trainees will be placed on a team and will participate in training sessions, covering several topics including:

  •     Framing
  •     Concrete
  •     Electrical
  •     Plumbing
  •     Drywall
  •     Flooring
  •     Siding
  •     Welding

On day two, trainees will demonstrate their new skills by building sheds with area contractors. The sheds will be donated to local disabled veterans. Once the sheds are built, the trainees will have time to ask questions of the contractors who are looking for good employees they can hire.

This event is one of a kind! You will learn new skills, rub shoulders with local construction industry leaders, and eat some great food.

For more information or if you are interested in participating as a sponsor, please contact Scott Stephens at stepscot@isu.edu.