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At 23 years old, Jaclyn is a Level 1 Mill Cabinet apprentice with specialty Local 51, and is thankful to have found her niche.Learn More
After high school, Alves worked in HVAC systems for a few years but “the pay wasn’t doing it” for him. When a friend suggested that he consider a career in union carpentry, Alves couldn’t believe the pay and benefits package.Learn More
Prior to joining the Carpenters union, Brother Francois served in the Marine Corps and then worked as a pharmacy technician for several years.Learn More
After graduating from University, he started working in residential carpentry and realized his love for the craft. Now, a 3rd year apprentice, Daniel says while the benefits are great, his appreciation for the brotherhood and the opportunities available is even greater.Learn More
Angel Castillo is a 15-year+ member of Local 336 in Central/Western Mass. In 2005, Castillo completed the Westover Job Corp pre-apprenticeship program which helped him prepare for a career in carpentry.⠀Learn More
Local 328 Brother Stephen McDonald grew up in Amesbury, MA and joined the US army out of high school. He served two deployments to Afghanistan and was a victim of an improvised explosive device (IED) attack there, enduring physical injuries to both his legs, particularly his left.Learn More
At 18 years old, with no college debt building up and earning while he learns with great benefits to support himself, Swain says he’s very happy with his decision and has “a good thing going on here” for his future. ⠀Learn More
Now a 16-year member of Local 327, Lashaunta says she wouldn’t change a thing. She loves her trade so much that she got a tattoo to mark her 10-year anniversary in the Carpenters union.Learn More