Our skilled members are learning how to build solar farms from the ground up. Union Carpenters are leading the way on this work.
The nine-week program gave the women training in setting concrete forms, residential wood framing and erecting scaffolding.
“My job here at the apprenticeship is to help the apprentices coming aboard to transition into the career. I’m the first guy in the chain,” Winemiller said.
From Chicago to Springfield, MO, and everywhere in between, our members and representatives have been hitting the road and attending career fairs.
It was the first Journeymen Leadership training since our merger and attendees had a chance to get to know each other, learn new skills, and meet with EST Gary Perinar to ask questions about the latest Union initiatives.
Carpenters Instructor Changes One Woman’s Life For The Better By Craig Hood Who knew McDonald’s store manager Roxanne Cole would meet a man who would ultimately change her life? This gentleman would frequent the restaurant so often that she knew his usual order, and always took care of him. His name is Tim Rekosh, and […]
The proposal seeks to speed up future prevailing wage updates, ensuring prevailing wage rates keep up with the cost of living and could mean higher wages for workers.
With more than 52,000 members, the MACRC is one of the biggest, most powerful regional councils in the UBC and the future is bright for our members.