The York Builders Association recently announced that Taniya Nayak, one of the nation’s foremost interior designers, is coming to the 55th Annual York Home & Garden Show on February 11, 2023, at the Weis Arena.
York Builders Association Members Volunteer To Construct A Sensory Room At The Children’s Home Of York
York Builders Association (YBA) members worked together to complete a volunteer project at the Children’s Home of York (CHOY). The project involved constructing a Snoezelen multi-sensory room. Snoezelen (is a Registered name) is a combination of two Dutch words that means “to explore” and “to relax.”
If you’re like most families, you spend a significant amount of time in your kitchen. Whether it’s food prep, homework at the kitchen counter, or just where everyone tends to gravitate during family get-togethers, we make a lot of memories in our kitchens! This is one of the reasons that kitchen remodels are one of the most common home remodeling projects.
The YBA is eager to announce that an agreement has recently been accepted to offer Property & Casualty insurance products through Harding-Yost Insurance. Harding-Yost insurance is able to offer competitive rates for YBA members. If you’re interested in learning more about these offerings, you can reach out to Harding-Yost Insurance representative Josh Birk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-336-2231.
The YBA Workforce NOW® Foundation, an operating foundation, and a subsidiary of the York Builders Association, recently launched a Construction Pre-Apprenticeship program in partnership with the York County Alliance for Learning – YCAL. 27 high school seniors from 11 local school districts are participating in the 2022-2023 program.
The York Builders Association (YBA) recently awarded two scholarships to high school seniors through their Trade & Tool Scholarships. The scholarships were presented to high school seniors entering a trade school or entering the building trades workforce.
Consumers in York County, along with industry professionals from across Pennsylvania have spoken, and the York Builders Association is pleased to announce the 2022 PEAK Achievement Award winners.
Aside from a lack of awareness about the many benefits of careers in construction, the skilled trades have also faced the challenge of a perception problem through the years.
The demand for workers in the construction trades continues to grow, impacting organizations, progress, and consumers. The York Builders Association (YBA) is committed to spreading awareness about the tremendous career opportunities available locally through events like Construction Career Days.
Still managing COVID restrictions by working or schooling remotely? Need more functional space in your home? It’s 2022! Your home doesn’t have to feel dreary or claustrophobic. Here are three remodeling projects that are not only popular but can help increase the value of your home.
Student debt rates are higher than ever, with fewer college graduates finding satisfying and long-term careers in return. Did you know that student loan debt in the U.S. totals $1.75 trillion? If you are open to pursuing a career in the skilled trades, a degree won’t likely be necessary. Here are 7 professions that prove you don’t need a college degree (and all the debt that comes with it) to build a high-paying and fulfilling career.
While you might be encouraging your kid to go to college, there’s another option you may not have considered: promising careers in the skilled trades. Today’s tradespeople are using technology in ways we never would have dreamed, they’re making great money and establishing lifelong careers. Here are 10 reasons why you should encourage your high schooler to enter the skilled trades after graduation.