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Sisters in the Brotherhood Pre-Apprentice Program Info. Session

The Northeast Carpenters Apprentice Training Fund and the Sisters in the Brotherhood, are launching The Pre-Apprentice Program, which can lead to a five-year apprenticeship program with the carpenters union allowing you to earn while you learn. The Pre-Apprentice Program allows for a trial period to find out if carpentry fits your career path.
• Must be 18 years of age or older.
• High school graduate or equivalent recognized by local school authorities.
Please bring a copy of your high school transcript, GED and/or college transcripts with you.
• Physically able to perform work (stand, lift, bend).
• Drivers license and reliable transportation to and from jobsites and school.
• Willing to submit to and pass a drug test upon acceptance.
• If applicant is a veteran, a copy of DD-214 is required.
The session will provide information regarding the program and to evaluate if individuals meet the basic qualifications for The Pre-Apprentice Program. The Sisters are particularly supportive of women and minorities who never thought about carpentry as a career. For more information call 845-567-1810

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