Being an ironworker and part of a union family has many perks, including great pay while you train! Hear what members of Ironworkers Local 29 love about their careers.
It has secured financial freedom; it has made it to where I paid off my student loans... it wouldn't have been possible without this union."
I've always wanted to be part of something bigger, bigger than myself, for a better future for myself and for my kids."
The nature of union apprenticeship program is that from day one, you're getting sent to a job and making money while you're learning. Day one you have a job."
My apprenticeship has gained me a lot of knowledge... Now I want to start my own crew. I'm going to start my own crew."
From where I was five years ago, to where my life is today, I don't think I could have made it without the Ironworkers, and being a part of the union."
The best advice I can give a sister ironworker is that yes, you're going to be nervous, but the Local 29 has the resources to break you through that to be a better ironworker."
I've been very proud to see how our female members have been doing. It's been awesome to see."
This is an open-ended career. There are so many directions you can go in depending on what your passions are."

Visit Union Hall to Apply

Union Hall
11620 NE Ainsworth Cir STE 200,
Portland, OR 97220
Ironworkers Local 29
503-774-0777 | info@ironworkers29.org

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