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> >International Union of Operating Engineers (IUEO)

          1125 17th St. N. W.Washington DC, 20036


        Heavy Equipment Operators, Cranes, Dredging, Mechanics, Surveyors

Also Building engineers. Apprenticeships Available Go to website and click on join IUOE. Leave your info to get local and hall information near you. Also find apprenticeship info . Local 12 IUOE usually hands out apps in February every other year.

>>International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture   Technicians, Artists, and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories  and Canada.

          1430 Broadway New York, NY 10018


  Go to website. Inquiries are handled by individual locals.  Most Locals give out applications Quarterly(4 times a year) Local 33 is gave out apps Saturday   1/14/12. Local 33 giving out apps may 12th. Between 9-11 am.  818-841-9233


>> International Association of bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers.(IRONWORKERS)

       1750 New York Ave. N. W. Washington DC 20006


     Apprenticeship Available. Applications are taken once a week in most locals. Find a local near you on the website.

>>International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)

          900 Seventh St. N. W. Washington DC, 20001-3886


 Electrical workers of various kinds. Go to website click on join us button on top  right. Then click become an Electrical Apprentice or go to then go to njatc training click on apprenticeship training then find a training center near you. Some locals are taking applications Monday thru Friday.

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>>Brotherhood of Railroad Signalman (BRS)

         917 Shenandoah Shores Road Front Royal, VA 22630


  There are different railroads in different areas. Go to website and find a railroad  near you click on the one you want to apply. You have to apply on line.  Most hire with no experience necessary.  You can get lots of info on there website.