Helmets to Hardhats is a public/private partnership created to assist returning U.S. armed forces personnel in their transition to civilian career paths. The Helmets to Hardhats program allows returning servicemen direct entry into the Joint Labor/Management Apprenticeship Programs of Indiana's union construction industry. This public/private partnership saves taxpayer dollars by reducing the transition period that military personnel
The 2022 biennial convention is scheduled for September 28-30, in French Lick, Indiana. Details to the membership and sponsors/exhibitors will be sent in the coming months. If you would like to be put on our sponsor/exhibitor mailing list, please contact Sharon Wyatt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The essay entry deadline for the Edwin Marsh Scholarship is June 1, 2022. Learn More
2021: Cole Doninger, Morgan Hippie, Anthony Saberniak, and Rebecca Stevens 2020: Travis Kirsch, Taylor Ann Starkey, and Ethan Yoder 2019: Taylor Ann Starkey, Rebecca Stevens, and Ethan Yoder 2018: Hannah Duncan and Taylor Ann Starkey 2017: Ashley Starkey and Justina Savage
Building Trades unions in Paducah, Kentucky are collecting donations of high-need items for those hit hardest by tornados in Western Kentucky. Paducah Building & Construction Trades Council and Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 184 have provided the following information for Indiana Building Trades people to donate to support tornado recovery:
The Indiana State Building and Construction Trades Council is very excited that Marty Walsh has been chosen to be the new US Labor Secretary. Walsh is a member of LiUNA Local 223 in Boston and headed the Boston Building & Construction Trades Council prior to being elected Mayor of Boston in 2013. Walsh also served