December 2020

Nearly 4,000 industrial members of Northwest Carpenters Union went to the bargaining table with their employers this year.


Washington State House Bill 1817 is a landmark bill addressing refinery safety through apprenticeship and wage standards benefitting workers, the economy, and the environment.


In the spirit of honoring apprentices who have successfully achieved journey-level status in 2020, the Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute (PNCI) implemented a webinar graduation event.


Project Labor Agreements (PLAs) are one of the tools we have to ensure wage fairness, equity, and high standards for training and safety on Northwest Carpenters Union construction sites. Here’s how PLAs work.


Did You Know?

Apprenticeships help business.

Apprentices are great for business: helps recruit and develop a highly skilled work force; improves productivity and the bottom line; provides opportunities for tax credits and employee tuition benefits in some states; reduces turnover costs and increases employee retention; and creates industry-driven, flexible training solutions for local and national needs. Learn More


Sign up for mobile alerts

Mobile alerts from Northwest Carpenters. Periodic messages. Msg & data rates may apply. Text STOP to 91990 to stop receiving messages. Text HELP to 91990 for more information.
Terms & Conditions