education partners

The BIA-NKY and Enzweiler Building Institute work closely with other educational providers to provide seamless transfer between institutions. Education partnerships are always being formed. The links below highlight some of our existing working relationships.

Partners

Gateway Community
and Technical College

The BIA-NKY has several articulation agreements with Gateway that enable graduates of our licensed-trades programs to enter Gateway with 30+ credit hours. For more information about the agreements, contact BIA Director of Professional Development Vicki Berling or the Transfer Services office at Gateway.

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Boone County School District

Students from Boone County high schools in the Introduction to the Skilled Construction Trades program at the BIA receive high school credit for their participation. Families should contact their guidance counselor for more information about the program.

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Ludlow School District

Students from Ludlow High School also participate in the Introduction to the Skilled Construction Trades program. Families should contact their guidance counselor for more information about the program.

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NaviGo Prep

The BIA-NKY works closely with NaviGo to encourage students to explore all career opportunities available to them after high school. Many school districts include NaviGo services during the school year. Check the NaviGo site for more information.

Partners

Northern Kentucky Education Council

The BIA-NKY has several articulation agreements with Gateway that enable graduates of our licensed-trades programs to enter Gateway with 30+ credit hours. For more information about the agreements, contact BIA Director of Professional Development Vicki Berling or the Transfer Services office at Gateway.

enzweiler building institute

University Partners

We support the work of the NKY Education Council and participate closely in their activities. The Northern Kentucky Education Council is the backbone organization for alignment of education initiatives in Northern Kentucky. 

We also support and encourage students to continue their education to the bachelor level and beyond to attain their career goals. The following regional universities offer degree programs in Construction Management that enable students to advance to the highest levels of construction companies. Interested students are encouraged to contact these institutions directly regarding admission and degree requirements.