Know Anyone In NYC Who Wants To Learn To Become A Union Iron Worker? - Locals 40 & 361 Announce 2021 Recruitment Drive For Three-Year, ‘Earn-While-Your Learn’ Apprenticeship Opportunities
(ASTORIA, NEW YORK) – Do you know anyone in New York City who wants to become a Union Iron Worker?
If so, Locals 40 and 361 have announced their 2021 recruitment drive for three-year, earn-while-you-learn Apprenticeship opportunities.
The Iron Worker Locals are looking for those wanting a true Middle Class career that provides fair wages ($39.25 an hour) and benefits (a pension, health and dental coverage, a 401k plan and annuity).
The Union is looking for self-motivated, conscientious and hard-working people with a desire to be the very best at what they do.
Locals 40 and 361's Training Instructors will teach those who enter the program everything they will need know to become a professional Union Iron Worker.
To register for this event, go to the Unions’ website at www.nycironworkers.org for more information.
In the meantime, here are some frequently asked questions:
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? - Yes, you must bring a government-issued picture ID that shows you are at least 17 years old. The picture ID must match the name on your ticket.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? – There’s limited street parking around our building. There is no parking available on site. The N, W, Q and R subways are within walking distance.
What can I bring into the event? - There are no bags or backpacks allowed inside the building. You only need to bring picture ID and your ticket.
How can I contact the Organizer with any questions? - Send an e-mail to email@example.com
What's the refund policy? - There are no refunds or exchanges, so please arrive on time with your ticket.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? - Yes, along with a government-issued picture ID that matches the name on your ticket.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? - No.
Is it OK if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? - No, the name on the ticket must match your government-issued picture ID.