4th Year Apprentice, Sheet Metal Workers Local #12
Sean was searching for a sustainable career where he could earn the type of income and benefits that would allow him to take better care of his family. “I bounced from job to job; nothing that was really going to be a career or build the type of life I wanted for my kids,” he said.
A family friend suggested Sean consider joining the apprentice program with the Sheet Metal Workers.
“I knew nothing about sheet metal work or being in a union,” he said. “But, I’m sure glad I took the advice. I’ve learned a lot about being a professional tradesman and building a career. My life and that of my family are going very well now, and that’s directly because of this opportunity and what I’m learning.”