ABC Keystone believes that veterans reentering the workforce should be afforded every opportunity their service to our country affords them. Veterans’ Benefits can be used to fill the gap in wages when veterans become apprentices at the Keystone Center.
Have you served your country with pride? There’s a place for you at ABC's Keystone Center!
America’s veterans return from service with an incredible skill set, strong work ethic, and a desire to shape their own futures. Start your career at a sustaining wage when you become an apprentice at ABC’s Keystone Center for Construction Careers.
Veterans’ Benefits apply to veterans who enroll.
ABC Keystone works with the local VA to ensure a smooth, easy transition.
Careers in construction often complement returning veterans the skill sets.
Training grants 32 credits toward an associates’ degree at HACC.
ABC Keystone’s commitment to veterans.
In 2014, the Associated Builders and Contractors organization joined construction industry leaders from more than 100 companies in a pledge to employ 100,000 veterans over the next five years. First Lady Michelle Obama and the Department of Labor Secretary Thomas Perez announced the pledge as a part of an initiative to address the challenges and opportunities America’s service members and veterans face when transitioning back into civilian employment.