Baldwin Works

Looking for a career? Unsure if college is right for you?

Baldwin Works is set up to give you up-to-date information on Workforce Development in Baldwin County. In our area, we have a shortage of workers in the fields of welding, HVAC, Plumbing, Hospitality, and so many more.

Did you know that there are apprenticeships available? Many companies in our area participate in apprenticeship programs.

Did you know that Baldwin County Public Schools has two technology schools for our high school students? North Baldwin Center for Technology and South Baldwin Center for Technology offer classes to students that want to enter the workforce after high school. These classes are in cosmetology, HVAC, wood-working, welding, and agriculture. They also help the student become certified in the field of choice. To find out more information on classes that are offered visit North Baldwin Center for Technology or South Baldwin Center for Technology.

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Workforce Development includes, but is not limited to, the following:

Skilled Technology

  • Software Development
  • Systems Engineering
  • Network Administrators

Skilled Manufacturing

  • Machinists
  • Equipment Operators
  • Equipment Repair Technicians

Skilled Trades

  • HVAC Repair
  • Electrician
  • Plumber

Utility Technicians

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Job Searches

Government Resources

Free Job Training

Aviation

Chamber of Commerce

High School Students

Did you know that Baldwin County Public Schools has two technology locations for high school students? North Baldwin Center for Technology and South Baldwin Center for Technology offer classes to students that want to enter the workforce after graduation. These classes include cosmetology, HVAC, wood-working, welding, agriculture, and auto repair. Certifications can also be obtained through these studies. For more information, please visit: