WASHINGTON—Union leaders praised President Joseph Biden’s Feb. 17 executive order rescinding the Trump administration’s creation of “industry recognized apprenticeship programs” that have lower requirements than
New York, NY – Local 157 Carpenter Amanda Kay Johnson still remembers the day this past fall, when she realized the two long years she
Queens, NY – After a long and difficult struggle, 696 Build Queensbridge Director K. Bain and Laborers Local 79 organizer Bernard Callegari have succeeded in
Iron Workers Locals 40 & 361 Training Facility: Producing the Safest and Most Professional People in the Industry
New York, NY – The Iron Workers Locals 40 & 361 apprentice program is the fifth oldest apprentice program in New York; it has been
New York, NY – From October 2nd to October 23rd, District Council 9, UPAT (The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades), is holding a
New York, NY – Bryan Peterson, originally from Vernon, New Jersey, is a 28-year-old apprentice recently graduated from the Local 15 Training Center program —
Editor’s Note: This is Part One of a series looking at ongoing efforts to launch a new pre-apprenticeship program based in Queensbridge, Long Island City.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—Philadelphia’s Laborers District Council broke ground for a three-story, 66,000-square-foot building that will house its new training center earlier this month on Dec. 6.
New York, NY – From the concrete canyons of New York City to the hollers of West Virginia, smart phones have emerged as the best