Union & Apprenticeship School Open
The offices are now open again to visitors. We still request that you observe proper Social Distancing rules and you must be wearing a mask to enter the facility. Please be sure to check the website as we will post information here as it relates to our reopening.
Welcome to Iron Workers Local 290
Apprentices have a long history dating back to ancient Greece when young workers entered a term of service, now called indenture-ship, to a skilled tradesman to learn his craft. Things are much the same today. Currently, an apprentice is an employee who learns a skilled trade through planned, supervised work on-the-job, while at the same time receiving related technical classroom instruction. Apprentices are required to sign an indenture agreement with their Joint Apprenticeship Committee/Trade Improvement Committee that spells out the requirements and expectations of an apprentice iron worker.
If you are interested in becoming an Apprentice please click below on the Apprenticeship Application to get started.
Local 290 Members Check Off Sheets Below:
to download Ironworkers 290 Electronic Check-Off Fund
to download Apprentice Electronic Check-Off Form