How can I become a bricklayer apprentice?
I'm looking for stable work, and I've decided that bricklaying seems to be the job for me. I don't have any training in it, though. I went to the bricklayers union website, and I can't find any information about apprenticeships. I live in New York City.
Asked By: KnottedBrain - 2/14/2008
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see if you can get a phone number for the bricklayers union local in your area, and tell them that you are interested in becoming a bricklayer. Ask them what you need to do to go about this, either that or see if you can talk to a couple of union general contractors, they might be able to point you in the right... More
Answered By: Adam D - 2/14/2008
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Well the first thing you do is call the union hall and talk to them. They will have a BA there to talk to you and get you signed up.
Answered By: Sirecoke - 2/14/2008
I'd go down to the union hall or call and talk to someone in person. You could also try a reputable builder and see if you can find your information through them.
Answered By: sporregar - 2/14/2008
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