I.E. BCTC UNIONS APPRENTICESHIP FAIR – November 16, 2018

November 12th – 16th, 2018

The Inland Empire Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO

will host

The 2nd Annual

I.E. Building Trades Unions Apprenticeship Fair”

Friday, November 16, 2018

10:00 am – 1:00 pm

1074 E. La Cadena Drive

Riverside, CA 92507

*Free Event

National Apprenticeship Week, is a great opportunity for our union trades to, collectively, showcase union crafts programs and individual apprentices, as well as our long standing commitment towards preparing a highly-skilled workforce to meet the needs of employers across diverse union construction industries.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact,

Kamila D. Williams, Executive Assistant

951-684-1040 or Email; btcmila@yahoo.com 

IE BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL LABOR DAY BREAKFAST – SEPTEMBER 4, 2017

 

“In Honor of Our Men & Women Union Members, Past and Present, For All of Their Hard Work and Dedication to the Cause of Equal Rights & Equal Pay In the Union Workforce”

A special “Thank You” to our Building Trades Affiliated Union Locals and Volunteers for making this event a SUCCESS!

View our FaceBook page for more pictures of this special event; https://www.facebook.com/iebuildingtrades/

 

IE BCTC and San Bernardino Community College District Pre-Apprenticeship/MC3 Graduation Class of 2017

Congratulations, Pre-Apprenticeship/ MC3 Graduating Students Class of 2017 (Matthew Hernandez, Edwin Orellana, Daniel Guerra, Jose Rodriquez, Ernesto Caudillo, Derean Thomas, Tina Gonzales and Andrew Garcia). “We are proud of your hard work and dedication”
A special thank you to, Bryan Smith, UA Local 364 Training Center, Rick Purper, Inland Empire Electrical Training Center; Apprenticeship Site Tours* and to Steve Traylor, YouthBuild Inland Empire, for assisting the students with the completion of their high school diplomas (http://www.youthbuildinlandempire.org/).
In 2016, IE BCTC and San Bernardino Community College District partnered to provide local residents with career training opportunities. One of the ways the students come into contact with these career training opportunities is through the Building Trades Pre-Apprenticehip Programs, such as the Multi-Craft Core Curriculum (MC3). In the picture: Bill Perez, IE BCTC; Richard Galope, SBCCD; Robert Levesque, SBCCD; Frank Reyes, SBCCD Trustee; Davil Jackson, MC3 Instructor; Robert Moreno, MC3 Instructor.
*View Apprenticeship Tour pictures on our Facebook page.