Building Pathways Connecticut is an apprenticeship readiness program designed to promote women and minorities into the Building Trades. Candidates are carefully screened for interest in (and appropriateness for) a construction career and then are provided with a seven-week union-led training program that encompasses the multiple skill sets required of increasingly technical building and construction crafts. The program also introduces participants to the realities and expectations of multiple trades so each participant can choose a path that meshes with her interests and abilities. The concept is that a program designed and led by experienced union leaders and apprenticeship instructors is optimally-suited for preparing enrollees for successful entry into and completion of a multi-year registered apprenticeship in their chosen craft.
Information Session is MANDATORY in order to apply.
- Applications accepted on a rolling basis
- Applications available on our website www.ctula.org and at all info sessions
- Space is limited, RSVP required
- You are welcome to bring a friend
Click here for a Building Pathways Informational Sessions flyer, which includes all three dates & locations.
Building Pathways Connecticut is an equal opportunities program. This special program is a collaborative effort of the Apprenticeship and Training Directors Committee of Connecticut, the John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency, and the Connecticut AFL-CIO. Building Pathways CT is supported by the United Way of Central and Northeastern CT – and by the CT Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship Training (through Registered Apprenticeship expansion grants awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor).