The Cabinetmaking and Millwork program provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to plan and complete cabinetry, furniture and millwork projects. Students learn to work with prints, specifications and shop drawings. Emphasis is placed on selecting proper materials, determining the best procedures, manufacturing parts to specification and assembling and finishing individual projects.
In our well-equipped shop, students learn the fundamentals of working with wood, from planning a project to adding the finishing details. From traditional woodworking equipment and hand tools to the latest computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinery and software, students learn to plan and process wood in the most efficient manner.
Through partnerships with area businesses and local and state agencies, students gain practical experience on a variety of larger scale projects. Students work in teams to plan, estimate and execute these projects. Profits are used to fund scholarship opportunities for students in the program.
Graduates of Madison College's Cabinet Making and Millwork program:
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