Careers Overview

Apprenticeship is a time-honored training system that involves a combination of classroom and hands-on training.

It is an opportunity to earn while you learn. Apprenticeship training enhances your economic security. In the short term, you are assured of an increasing wage level through the term of the apprenticeship. Long term, an apprenticeship graduation will enhance your professional career opportunity and promotability. The Iron Working Trade has been in existence for over 100 years. It is rich in tradition and heritage, where self-esteem, good work ethic and attitude is promoted.

  • Must not be less than 18 years of age.
  • Must possess sufficient physical fitness in order to perform the duties of the trade.
  • Must have a high school diploma or a G.E.D. certificate.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or in the process of naturalization.

Prior to placement with a contractor, each selected candidate will be required to successfully complete a drug screen and have the related tools of the trade being performed. Prior to final acceptance into the apprenticeship program there is an application, interview, and drug screem that will be done.

Applicants selected for job placement must be able to furnish their own transportation, pay school tuition, purchase tools, be agreeable to a certain amount of travel, and be aware of periods of unemployment due to the lack of construction activity.

This is a four year program of on the job training, plus no less than 204 hours of related classroom and shop training per year. Related training classes are held on Saturdays, to not interfere with your regular work week, November through March. Class fees are explained durning the application process.


Earn While You Learn

We have an 'Earn while you learn' approach to our program. Apprenticeship classes are generally conducted after normal working hours to allow apprentices to gain on-the-job experience and bring home a respectable wage while they are in training. Some areas, however, provide classes during working hours.

You immediately become a member of the Union Ironworkers Local 67. You immediately begin earning all of the benefits of the Ironworkers, pension, annuity, job placement, and after an hour requirement insurance as too! You will be required to pay monthly dues, and when employed, working dues are required. Union meetings are held monthly and participation by all members is encouraged.


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