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    Monthly Membership Meeting at 7pm
    Mar 20, 2019
    Main Office 8400 Enterprise Way, Suite 111 Oakland, CA 94621
    Monthly Membership Meeting at 7pm
    Apr 17, 2019
    Main Office 8400 Enterprise Way, Suite 111 Oakland, CA 94621
    Monthly Membership Meeting at 7pm
    May 15, 2019
    Main Office 8400 Enterprise Way, Suite 111 Oakland, CA 94621
    Memorial Day Observed
    May 24, 2019
    PLASTERER OFF
    Memorial Day
    May 27, 2019
    CEMENT OFF - PLASTERER OFF
    Labor Headlines

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    Union calls for strike authorization vote at GE Transportation
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    3 Things to know about the Oakland teachers' strike
    Rand Paul introduces National Right to Work Bill
  • Becoming A Cement Mason Introduction
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    NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CEMENT MASONS
    JOINT APPRENTICESHIP & TRAINING COMMITTEE
    2350 Santa Rita Road
    Pleasanton, CA 94566
    (925) 484-2271
    www.NorCalCementMasonsApprenticeship.org
    WE ARE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO:
    Enjoy working with their hands and take pride in what they can build
    Don't mind putting in a honest days work for an honest days pay
    Can make a commitment and know what it takes to follow through
    If this sounds like you, and if you are making important future plans, look into the 
    Northern California Cement Masons Apprenticeship Program.
    THE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
    To apply for the Northern California Cement Masons Apprenticeship Program you must
    be at least eighteen (18) years of age and must be physically able to perform the work
    of the trade.
    APPRENTICESHIP MEANS TEAMWORK
    It takes the combined efforts of Labor, Management, Government, and the
    Department of Education to create a training program that will keep up with today's
    building industry needs. Moreover, that is exactly what we have done.
    APPRENTICESHIP MEANS ON THE JOB TRAINING
    You will learn new skills by working on-the-job with experienced Journeyperson
    Cement Masons. You will master the tools of the trade with hands on practice. Daily
    you will build new skills and get paid as you learn.
    APPRENTICESHIP MEANS PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION
    The applications of concrete are explored during formal classroom instruction. History
    of Labor and Management, First Aid, Safety, Math, Blue Print, and Builders Level are all a
    part of the program. However, classwork is not limited to theory alone. As an apprentice, 
    you will refine your finishing skills under personal guidance of an Instructor.
    BENEFITS OF APPRENTICESHIP
    The program takes three years to complete and is divided into six (6) periods. As you
    advance from each period to the next your hourly wage increases.

    Download:
    Cement_Intro_v1.pdf
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