PGS graduates are prepared for entry-level employment as a Gunsmith and other related careers. See the Objectives and Overview section for more details.
In the fourth and final semester of the Master Gunsmithing Program is the Business Practice Course. Student instruction covers employment as an employee and as an independent business owner. While this is not a comprehensive collegiate business course, it makes the student aware of what is necessary to get a job and how to set up a small business.
PGS has a Placement Assistance Department that partners with students in their job search, however PGS cannot guarantee employment.
Our Placement Assistance Department encourages employers to partner with us because of the excellent talent of PGS graduates. If you are an employer, call 412.766.1812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule on-site interviews, describe and post job leads, or just talk to a staff member about hiring an excellent candidate.
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