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American Federation of Labor – Congress of Industrial Organizations – (AFL-CIO)
The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations is a federation of national and international labor unions. This federation is an effective force in America for enabling working people to build better lives.

Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey
The recognized building, heavy, highway and utility chapter in New Jersey of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), the oldest and largest construction association in the nation. ACCNJ members are responsible for billions of dollars in public and private construction projects annually and employ tens of thousands of skilled craftworkers statewide. The contractors and construction managers that comprise ACCNJ are committed to quality, integrity, skill and responsibility in all aspects of the construction process.

Change to Win
Change to Win was formed in 2005 to provide assistance to America’s working people in regards to pay, healthcare, retirement, compensation, and the pursuit of the American Dream.

Construction Roundtable of New Jersey - (CRTNJ)
The Construction Roundtable of NJ helps to improve quality and cost effectiveness on all construction and maintenance projects.

Drywall and Interior Systems Contractors Association Inc. of New Jersey
DISCA offers educational seminars, workshops and social activities relating to the Interior Systems Industry. DISCA also publishes an annual Directory and Buying Guide.

Health Care Payers Coalition of NJ - (HCPCNJ)
Change to Win was formed in 2005 to provide assistance to America’s working people in regards to pay, healthcare, retirement, compensation, and the pursuit of the American Dream.

Helmets to Hardhats
Helmets to Hardhats is the easiest way for Military personnel to transition from active duty to a career in the construction industry.

Keystone + Mountain + Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters
The Keystone + Mountain + Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters represents more than 43,000 members across our extensive territory.  Our jurisdiction spans the states of New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and 10 counties in North Carolina and the District of Columbia. Within KMLRCC, there are 11 training centers that currently train 1,800 Apprentice Carpenters in conjunction with our numerous Contractors to satisfy the workforce needs of our industry.

New England Regional Council Of Carpenters
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters represents 28,000 carpenters, pile drivers, shop and millmen, and floorcoverers working throughout New England and New York state.

New Jersey Department of Labor - (NJDOL)
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development services questions related to employers, employees, unemployment insurance, wage and hour compensation, worker’s compensation, safety and health, disability insurance, and job seekers. This is the destination for New Jersey’s workforce.

NJ Building and Construction Trades Council - (NJCTC)
The New Jersey Building and Construction Trades Council has helped affiliated building trades unions to deliver apprenticeship and journey-level training, organize new workers, support legislation that affects working families, and assist in securing improved wages, hours, and working conditions through collective bargaining and project labor agreements.

NJ Carpenter Funds - (NJCF)
The New Jersey Carpenter Funds was established between labor and management for the purpose of administering pension, healthcare, annuity, and vacation benefits.

NJ Council of County Colleges - (NJCCC)
The NJ Council of County Colleges provides leadership to New Jersey’s 19 statewide county colleges. They are responsible for starting the NJ Place program in conjunction with the State of New Jersey.

NJ Job Corp
NJ Job Corps offers a variety opportunities for disadvantaged youths through different trade apprenticeships.

NJ Place
NJ Place is a program designed to offer pathways for Apprentices to receive a college education.

Northeast Carpenters Apprentice Training and Educational Fund
Learn About Starting a Career as a Highly Skilled Union Carpenter. Union carpenter apprentices are required to complete five years of combined on-the-job and school training. In return, they’ll be rewarded with the skills and proficiency they’ll need to be the safest, professional carpenters in the construction industry. In addition to all areas of the carpentry trade.

Smithmedia
Graphic, Website and video development, the webmaster for the Carpenter Contractor Trust.

The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America leads the way in training, educating, and representing the next generation of skilled construction professionals. We equip our professional craftsmen with skills that are demanded in today’s construction industry.

United States Department of Labor - (USDOL)
The United States Department of Labor, through statewide workforce departments, provides quality job training, employment, and labor market information.

 
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