On Thursday, March 7 the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council (CBCTC) held an apprenticeship fair at Max Hayes High School.
Union construction apprenticeship programs allow men and women, regardless of race, the ability to develop and hone skills needed to become a highly trained and highly skilled journeymen, while learning how to safely and efficiently perform their duties.
Apprenticeships are an excellent alternative to college, providing men and women with a direct path to a middle-class lifestyle by letting them earn while they learn.
Close to 200 signed in. It was a very diverse crowd including around 35 women. That brings the number of individuals CBCTC has reached hosting these events to over 1200. Thank you to the following trades for participating and a special thank you to John Nesta, Max Hayes and the CMSD for hosting.
Cement Masons #404, Insulators #3, Steel Metal #33, Electricians #38, Ironworkers #17, Plumbers #55, Pipefitters #120, Laborers #310, Roofers #44, Bricklayers #5 and Cuyahoga Community College.