Mountainview Building Group showcases a career in skilled trades at Denis Morris Catholic High School’s Trade Promotion Night

Live the Skilled Life night offered an opportunity for students to explore a career in the skilled trades.

St. CATHARINES, ON., FEBRUARY 1 2024 - The team at Mountainview Building Group set up their booth at Denis Morris Catholic High School’s Live the Skilled Life, ready to engage with students in grades 6 to 12 interested in a career in a skilled trade.

Over 350 students and parents attended the informal exhibition style event which featured more than 30 companies, unions and agencies giving students ample opportunity to learn about an array of industries and topics within the skilled trade industry. Dylan Price, a Grade 11 student at Holy Cross was happy to attend saying, “I have an interest in the construction industry, the trade fair tonight is a great start in exploring my options.”  

Demand for skilled trades workers continues to grow in Ontario, and here in the Niagara Region, with abundant opportunities for those looking to start a career in the robust industry, Mountainview is proud to be able to offer insight and information to students interested in a career in skilled trades. “Mountainview Building Group works with trades and partners from many different fields,” said Mountainview Construction Manager, John Passero. “Skilled trades are a vital and respected role in our industry. It is important to educate young students and encourage them explore a career in the trades, which is why this evening is so important.”

Mountainview Building Group has been creating exceptional residential, low-rise and mid-rise developments within the Ontario Golden Horseshoe for more than 40 years. With an emphasis on design and build quality, giving back to the community and an exemplary customer experience, Mountainview is committed to creating sustainable and affordable options for future buyers. For more information visit www.mountainview.com.

By Mountainview Building Group | Feb 5th , 2024 | Categories: In The Community