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For example, the UA, the United Association union of plumbers, fitters, welders, and service techs, is recruiting in high schools.
“We are under mandate right now to replace 20 percent of our members, the majority of whom are between 46 and 52 years old,” says Tom Bigley, UA’s director of plumbing.
Unlike union apprenticeships or HBI programs, however, this type of training involves tuition, but students can seek financial assistance from sources such as the mikerowe WORKS Foundation’s Work Ethic Scholarship Program, which Rowe created in 2008.“We found that a four-year college was the best way to attract young people,” says Tim Chesser, a faculty member at ACBA.The program marries a traditional liberal arts education with a hands-on apprenticeship.“These are jobs that don’t require a debt-laden, four-year college degree,” says Rowe, “but they do require training.” Although the conventional path for people in the building trades—which includes electrical, plumbing, masonry, carpentry, general contracting, landscape contracting, a host of traditional building methods known collectively as the preservation trades, and many related crafts such as furniture making—may once have been to learn from an older family member, the training avenues have multiplied.Today, they include union apprenticeships, trade schools, job centers, two-year associate degrees from community colleges, and four-year university programs that combine hands-on training with academic coursework.
It’s our way of helping to inspire as many young people as possible to go into the building trades.” The skills gap in the U. is particularly acute in the construction industry, with the U. Department of Labor estimating that nearly 7 million jobs will need to be filled by 2024.