Oportunidad para la comunidad | CCA METRO
MEMBRESÍA DEL SINDICATO

Los carpinteros del sindicato representan con orgullo la diversidad del área metropolitana de la Ciudad de Nueva York. Contratamos activamente en las comunidades locales para encontrar nuevos empleados de nivel inicial para las pasantías y carpinteros con experiencia que deseamos que se conviertan en miembros del sindicato.

La igualdad de oportunidades consiste en brindar acceso al empleo y en brindarles a los individuos la capacitación y habilidades para proseguir carreras a largo plazo con movilidad ascendente, buenos salarios, atención de la salud y seguridad cuando se retiren. Los carpinteros y contratistas del sindicato hacen esto. El sector no sindicalizado de la industria, no.

APRENDIZAJES

Los aprendizajes del sindicato son donde 1,500 carpinteros de nivel inicial son entrenados en el aula y en la práctica para trabajar de manera segura y perfeccionar sus habilidades. Nuestros aprendizajes son el futuro de la industria y estamos orgullosos de la oportunidad local y diversa que representan.

Aprendices carpinteros sindicalizados

  • El 67% vive en la ciudad de Nueva York
  • El 61% son afroamericanos, hispanos, asiáticos y de otras minorías

Para obtener más información, sírvase visitar: Sitio web del New York City District Council of Carpenters Training Center.

APPRENTICESHIPS
BUILDING WORKS

BuildingWorks is a pre-apprenticeship training program housed at the NYC Carpenters Training Center.

Since 1995, the program has served over 1,000 residents from low-income communities in the New York City and Newark, NJ areas. The training prepares individuals for careers in the skilled trades and entry into union apprenticeship programs.

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APPRENTICESHIPS
CONSTRUCTION SKILLS

The skills involved in creating New York City’s breathtaking skyline and infrastructure require the best-trained, safest construction professionals in the world. Since 2001, The Edward J. Malloy Initiative for Construction Skills, Inc. has provided the training and access to lucrative careers available in the unionized construction industry through apprenticeship programs.

A nationally recognized model for addressing training and employment issues in the industry, Construction Skills empowers individuals while strengthening New York City’s middle class. With an outstanding rate of success (including a retention rate of over 80%), Construction Skills has produced a stronger, more diverse workforce with African-Americans, Hispanics and Asian-Americans representing the majority of new union members in the industry.

More than 500 public high school graduates and other residents of the five boroughs have been placed into union carpenter apprenticeships by Construction Skills, including 200 who have graduated to become journey persons.

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APPRENTICESHIPS
NYC HELMETS TO HARDHATS

Helmets to Hardhats is a national, nonprofit program that helps National Guard, Reserve, retired and transitioning active-duty military service members successfully transition back into civilian life by providing training and career opportunities in the construction industry.

All participating trade organizations conduct three to five year earn-while-you-learn apprenticeship training programs that teach service members everything they need to know to become specialized construction industry professionals.

More than 300 veterans of the U.S. Armed Services have become union carpenters through the New York City Helmets to Hardhats program.

In 2007, Helmets to Hardhats supplemented its existing program with a disabled American veteran program known as the “Wounded Warrior” program, which connects disabled veterans with employment opportunities in the construction industry and related fields.

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APPRENTICESHIPS
NONTRADITIONAL EMPLOYMENT FOR WOMEN

Since 1978, Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) has prepared, trained, and placed low-income women in the skilled construction, utility, and maintenance trades.

With coordinated efforts between NEW, labor unions, contractors and government to place women in 15 percent of all new apprenticeship slots, the number of women construction workers in New York City has grown substantially. Nearly 700 women from NEW have been placed into union carpenter apprenticeships.

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EXPANDING ACCESS

The New York City and Vicinity District Council of Carpenters has responded to the challenge of bringing carpenters with industry experience from local communities into union membership.

These efforts have brought nearly 1,000 formerly non-union carpenters into the union, where they earn middle-class wages and benefits with access to skill and safety training. They are on a track for opportunities to become certified journeypersons and leaders in the industry.

Union carpenters and contractors are proud of this exciting model for expanding local and diverse employment opportunity.

MBE, WBE, DBE, SDVOB

Minority, women, and service-disabled veteran-owned business enterprises (MBE, WBE, DBE, SDVOB) are a key component of union carpenters’ and contractors’ commitment to opportunity and diversity.

We are proud of our contractors certified as MBE, WBE, DBE, SDVOBs with government agencies. See a directory of our MBE, WBE, DBE, SDVOB here.

What separates union MBE, WBE, DBE, SDVOB from the pack is their full commitment to opportunity and diversity in construction — not just for minority and women owned business growth, but employment for minorities and women with the good wages and benefits that are essential to strengthening local communities.

DEVOLVER A LA COMUNIDAD

La filantropía y el voluntariado por causas valiosas en las comunidades en las que vivimos, trabajamos y desarrollamos nuestras actividades son valores importantes de los carpinteros y contratistas sindicalizados.

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¡Nos enorgulleció apoyar la Cena de Premios Empresariales y Laborales de 2022, que recaudó más de $ 1 millón para los Servicios Familiares de Saint Dominic! La recepción de 2022 fue el 41.° aniversario de este estimado evento de la industria. Desde su inicio, la cena ha recaudado...
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