I am the Building Construction Technology Instructor at Hemingway Career and Technology Center.
Prior to working at Hemingway Career and Technology Center, I worked at The Academy for Technology and Academic in Horry County School District form 2005-2007 teaching Building Construction Technology. I worked at Muddy Creek Cabinet Work as a cabinet designer, builder, and installer from 2001-2005. I also worked part time at Quinn Davis and Sons Builders, building and remolding houses from 1997-2001.
I graduated from Hemingway High School in 1997. Then, I attended Francis Marion University and graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in General Business. "Although I did not set out to be an occupational teacher, I found out that this is the perfect career for me."
The Building Construction Technology Class at Hemingway Career and Technology Center gives the students the knowledge and safety guidelines taught through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). This is to prepare the student for college level and the work force. The student will have basic knowledge of carpentry, masonry, plumbing, and electricity.