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The Ann Arbor Student Building Industry Program


Building Skills. 
Building Character. Building Homes.




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A Path to Successful Careers for Students

The Ann Arbor Student Building Industry Program provides Ann Arbor's high school students with a unique learning experience. Through the actual construction of a new home, from raw land to finished product, students learn the importance of math skills, architectural dimension, job satisfaction, along with teamwork, responsibility and dependability. Upon completion of the program, students have an awareness of the many opportunities and benefits of the construction industry and related fields.

The Ann Arbor Student Building Industry Program began as the dream of representatives of the school system, local businesses, and banking representatives. They believed that high school students could, with proper supervision and assistance, build a quality house.

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In the News!


Home Builder’s Class: Students Quickly Go from
Taking a Class to Taking a Paycheck (Oct. 2020) 
Read more on WeloveAnnArbor.com

Home Builder’s Class: Longtime Program Continues
but with New Challenges to Build From
(Sept. 2020)
Read more on WeLoveAnnArbor.com

Groundbreaking 50th Home AASBIP
 



Ann Arbor Student Builders Interviews

Instructors and Students Interviewed on The Lucy Ann Lance Show "Around the Home" segment is live on 1290am WLBY (Live Streaming at 1290wlby.com)

Morning Class Interview from 10/11/2018

Featuring Students in the 2018 AASBIP Morning Class (left to right)
Nick Stearns - Pioneer High School, Jaylin Johnson - Skyline High School, Grant Welch, Assistant Instructor of the AASBIP
Corryna Hampton - Skyline High School, 
Mara Seeburger - Pioneer High School, Darrel Noblin - Skyline High School





Afternoon Class Interview from 10/18/2018


Featuring Students From the AASBIP 2018 Afternoon Class (left to right)

Maureen Sloan, EO of BRAG Ann Arbor, Hunter Guyer - Community High School, Mark Valchine, Lead Instructor of the AASBIP, 
Darron Moore - Huron High School, Stephen Wright - Community High School, Jeff Burris - Community High School


More Interviews 
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11/23/2017 - Listen to The Interview

6/15/2016 - Listen to The Interview

11/27/2015 - Listen to Part I  |  Part II


Contributor Spotlight - MASCO Corporation


For the third consecutive year, Masco Corporation partnered with the Ann Arbor Student Building Industry Program as a major corporate
contributor for its 2016-2017 home build. Masco Corporation is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of brand-name products for the home
improvement and new home construction markets. Masco products include faucets, cabinetry, paints and stains, bath and shower units,
spas, showering and plumbing specialties, windows and decorative hardware. Masco Cabinetry - home to KraftMaid, Merillat and QualityCabinets
- relocated its corporate headquarters to Ann Arbor Township
in 2010.

Community engagement and corporate citizenship are important aspects of Masco’s corporate creed, and Masco is proud to serve the communities
in which its companies and employees reside.

Masco’s gifts-in-kind to AASBIP include Merillat Cabinetry, Behr Paint, and Delta Faucets and accessories. More information about Masco’s brand name products may be obtained by visiting www.masco.com.