Earn While You Learn
We provide competitive wages and comprehensive benefits, and work with you to find a signatory contractor to work for via our referral office.
To be eligible to use your Montgomery GI Bill benefits, you must:
Have served at least two years on active duty
Served within the last 10 years so your eligibility for the MGIB has not expired
Some apprenticeship programs also partner with community colleges to offer college credit for apprenticeship classes. You may be able to use Post 9/11 GI Bill funds towards a two-year associate’s degree.
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Helmets to Hardhats
The Helmets to Hardhats program is designed to help active duty military personnel transition into a new career in the construction trades. It is available to any service man or woman leaving the U.S. Armed Forces, National Guard or Reserves.
Helmets to Hardhats provides direct entry into Regional Council apprenticeship training. Veterans can begin their training without obtaining a sponsoring contractor; they become immediately eligible for placement on Regional Council work lists. Any relevant training that veterans receive in the military counts toward their apprenticeship credits.
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