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NABTU COMMENDS EXECUTIVE ACTIONS TO RESCIND IRAPS AND REINSTATE THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON APPRENTICESHIP

“These executive decisions are the right ones to help strengthen America’s working class today and tomorrow, and we’ll continue working with the Administration and Congress on workforce development programs that truly increase middle-class career opportunities for all.” 

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NABTU STATEMENT ON WHITE HOUSE MEETING WITH PRESIDENT BIDEN AND VICE PRESIDENT HARRIS

“NABTU proudly stands with this Administration as they undertake the important and necessary work to ‘Build Back Better’ and we are eager to do our part to ensure that America gets back on the path to growth and shared prosperity.”

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NABTU OFFERS ALL TRAINING CENTERS AND UNION HALLS TO PRESIDENTIAL COVID-19 RELIEF TASKFORCE FOR NATIONAL VACCINE DISTRIBUTION

“Our members and facilities are uniquely prepared to aid immediately from the many blood drives and other mobilizing community service events we’ve hosted throughout our history, and we look forward to being available to the President’s Taskforce to do whatever it takes to help support our country, lessen the suffering of this pandemic and get America vaccinated.”

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Report: Collective Bargaining Agreements Create ‘Robust’ Middle-Class Jobs for Union Construction Workers

The report, released this week, was produced by the Illinois Economic Policy Institute and the Project for Middle Class Renewal at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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A Resilient Workforce Triumphs Through a Tough 2020

Current and future construction participants innovated ways to get the job done, and after 10 months of pandemic, the resilience of the industry’s workforce is clear in how they met the challenges.

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How Two People Found Career Pathways Through MCC Programs

Will Kurtz works in the HVAC (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning) field and is a pre-apprentice at Postler & Jaeckle Corp. through UA Local 13. He tried traditional college for one year and believed it just wasn’t for him, so he decided to enroll in the Monroe Community College HVAC Jumpstart Program.

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NABTU VIDEOS

President McGarvey speaking on CNBC about Jobs and Capitol Hill Riots – January 8, 2020

President McGarvey on CNBC Talking About Energy Jobs – January 8, 2020

TWBN 2019: Remarks by UA National Recruitment & Outreach Coordinator Laura Ceja and GP Mark McManus

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