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Where could you find a college to study carpentry for interior custom jobs such as cabinets furniture and get a degree or does any college supply needed courses for someone interested in this field?

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Or you can do it like I did it. Inter the school of hard knocks (the School of life) I started out as a finish carpenter then "graduated" to doing all trades because I started a remodeling business. After 20 years of accelerated self taught learning, watching other trades, swapping trade secrets with my buddies and repairing my own employees screw ups - I can say that I'm a craftman (in the truest sense of the word) Old School work ethics combined with a super high degree of familiarity of your own set of tools. (Don't let anyone borrow your tools, they don't care...if they need to borrow a tool you have, just go do the work 4 them for free or buy them an inexpensive tool to do the job or whatever - Jst don't loan out your tools...!!!) What a great trade. - trim carpentry - I can smell the freshly cut wood now... Carpentry and cabinet making are skills learned as a trade. Most community colleges and continuing education programs have classes to teach the use of woodworking machines. Many colleges have industrial education programs that teach useful courses on materials and techniques for such items. Some other colleges do provide arts and crafts programs that can add to your knowledge. The traditional way of learning these things is to apprentice to a craftsman and learn under their direction.
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