Over the last few years, Action, Inc., has collectively created partnerships with many local high schools, vocational and technical facilities, and foundations so that there may be continued growth and progress in the trade-skills industry. In order to achieve this, Action has committed themselves and will continue to commit themselves towards the success of the program by paying 100% of all tuition, books, and apprentice licenses while in the Apprentice Program. For more information or to request an application, please call Robin D’Onofrio at 479-452-5723.
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The Action, Inc. team recently visited Harrisburg High School to take part in their Career Day. Robin D’Onofrio, HR Assistant Manager, Trent Keller, Project Manager, and Max Lemmons, Assistant Project Manager, were all in attendance. Missy Claireday, Harrisburg High School Career Coach, sent us the… Read More →
The Pulaski Tech Career Fair was sponsored by the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce. Over 700 students were in attendance! Pictured: Dylan Ortman, Action, Inc. Intern, challenging the students to a little measuring fun! Pictured: Jason DeBlock, Senior Project Manager, with Dylan Ortman, Action, Inc…. Read More →
On March 6, 2018, the Ag Mechanics from Hartford High School, came to Action, Inc. They got to take a tour, learn about our Apprenticeship Program, see what we do at Action, Inc., and what it’s like to work for us. Everyone had a great… Read More →
Trent Keller, Project Manager in Jonesboro and Robin Austin, HR Assistant Manager spent the day at the Westside HS Career Fair. Approximately 700 students attended, asking questions and learning about our Apprenticeship Program and what it’s like to work at Action, Inc. Good times were… Read More →
On February 28, 2018, Jason Jones, principal of Siloam Springs HS, brought interested juniors and seniors from their Industrial Maintenance Program, to see what we do and how we do it! The kids also learned all about our Apprenticeship Program and what it could mean… Read More →
On Thursday, February 15th, Trent Keller, Project Manager and Robin Austin, Assistant HR Manager, attended the Walnut Ridge High School Career Fair. More than 350 students came thru Action’s booth and asked and learned about what we do at Action, Inc., and our Apprenticeship Program…. Read More →
On January 24, 2018, Booneville High School’s welding class and instructor, principal, superintendent, and counselor came to our Barling facility to learn firsthand about our Apprenticeship Program and what we do at Action, Inc. Booneville High School is the first of many schools that will… Read More →
Our Safety Director, John Kennedy, recently attended the Greenwood Job Fair. Over 300 hundred students from across the state were in attendance. Action Inc. was happy to reach out to the attending students, offering jobs and information in the skilled trades.
Action Mechanical, Inc. recently took part in the first annual Grit Career Fair, the Kimmons Jr. High Career Fair for Boys. Each year, Kimmons Jr. High girls have attended a career fair hosted by Zonta, but male students haven’t had the same opportunity. This year… Read More →
Action Mechanical, Inc. is not only passionate about serving our own clients but about educating future employees of the construction workforce. We are involved in the Construction Trades Program at Pulaski Technical College, a program we participate in along with CDI and several other sub-contractors…. Read More →