“It was tough when I got out [of the military] and I was looking for a job—although I had experience, I didn’t have the licenses to continue working in the private sector in aircrafts
Labor Day weekend held special meaning for nearly 200 union brothers and sisters.
“This degree will allow me to bring my workplace up-to-date with cutting edge technology and new software, making the company more competitive,” says John Bacon who is pursuing a degree
The Building and Construction Trades Department (BCTD), with the support of the AFL-CIO and LIUNA, jointly released the findings of a first-ever state-by-state comparative analysis by of the
George Bowman, Jr., a steamfitter from Local 420 in Philadelphia, PA, became disillusioned when he applied for jobs only to be rejected because he didn’t have a college degree.
Mark “Wes” Jorden, an IBB Local 374 member, doesn’t have a lot of extra time on his hands.
It’s Friday! That means we’re counting down to the August 6th 9th Fall scholarship deadline with a new series of blog posts.
IBEW members are sometimes surprised that before they even take one class at the NLC, they already have 45 credits towards their degree.
Joseph Repetto of Sheet Metal Workers Local 367
Joseph Repetto of Chicago, Ill., is currently enrolled in the NLC’s Bachelor of Arts in Construction Management Program.