National Apprenticeship Week shines light on benefits to workers and employers, raises voices to preserve registered programs

November 13, 2019 IBB

National Apprenticeship Week has been re-branded by NABTU affiliates as National “Save” Apprenticeship Week in an ongoing effort to preserve industry registered programs like the Boilermakers’ apprenticeship program. 

DURING NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP Week, November 11-18, thousands of American unions, companies, non-profits and government entities are celebrating career-training programs, and the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers is calling on all to raise their voices to preserve construction-industry apprenticeship programs.

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