Alumni Stories: Geordie Hottot

Many students have graduated from the Carpentry program over the years, but it is always a great pleasure to hear about the successes of any one of those grads.

Recently we were happy to see Geordie Hottot return to the Centre to prepare for his examinations to become a Journeyman Carpenter. This means that he has worked hard and diligently over the past few years to accumulate the required minimum 6000 hours to be eligible to take the exam.

He was successful and is now a Journeyman! Congratulations Geordie!!

Geordie has what it takes to be successful in a trade that requires dedication, hard work and effort. He has found a trade and a vocation that gives him pleasure and a great salary. He is currently working on the new Champlain Bridge, and we are proud and honoured to have been a part of his professional story.

John Hodges
Carpentry Teacher, CVCEC

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