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Chris Stebnitz is not only a third-generation owner of Stebnitz Builders, but he’s also the third generation in his family to support his community.
Recently, Stebnitz Builders has taken an active role in developing an outlet for those students interested in the skilled trades and to combat the current skilled labor shortage in the industry. Stebnitz Builders has created two new initiatives in 2018. First, they have created an apprenticeship program with Elkhorn Area High School to give students interested in carpentry and construction, a hands-on experience on a project site as they complete their high school careers.
Secondly, Stebnitz Builders has established a scholarship fund for all Walworth County students interested in continuing their education with a career in the construction industry following high school. For information about the Stebnitz Builders scholarship fund or the apprenticeship program, call 262.723.7232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each high school has their own online scholarship application form:
In 2017, Stebnitz Builders received the United Way of Walworth County’s Top Workplace Campaign for 100% Participation and continue to have 100% participation today!
Chris is proud to continue the family legacy of serving the United Way, dating back over 50 years with his mother, Barb Stebnitz, and his grandmother, Eleanor Packard. Stebnitz Builders has had an active United Way employee giving campaign since the 1990’s. An employee campaign allows employees the opportunity to have a portion of their payroll check go directly to the United Way. Additionally, the company agrees to match that donation, providing even more impact to the individual contributions.
Since 2010, Stebnitz Builders and its team have contributed over $35,000 to the United Way of Walworth County.