Partnering with organizations and programs that advance and enhance Minnesota’s Union construction community.
Construction Tomorrow is a collaborative effort to provide year-round construction career exploration opportunities for Minnesota youth. The intent of Construct Tomorrow is to provide work-based learning exposure starting in middle school and concluding with a career in the Minnesota construction industry.
Recognizing, celebrating and promoting the success of women in union construction trades.
The Construction Careers Pathway (CCP) Alliance is a collaborative effort to provide year-round construction career exploration opportunities for Minnesota youth. The intent of CCP is to provide work-based learning exposure starting in middle school and concluding with a career in the Minnesota construction industry. Additional outreach emphasis is placed on recruiting females and members of minority and immigrant groups who historically have been under-represented in the construction industry.
FCF is a labor-management organization funded equally by over 1,300 contractors and 15 construction trade unions. FCF monitors public construction across the 87 counties in Minnesota to assist in the legal enforcement of applicable laws to ensure quality contractors have the opportunity to compete fairly. We proudly serve the construction industry and Minnesota communities.
Helmets to Hardhats is a national, nonprofit program that connects National Guard, Reserve, retired and transitioning active-duty military service members with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry. The program is designed to help military service members successfully transition back into civilian life by offering them the means to secure a quality career in the construction industry.
The Building Strong Communities program is an apprenticeship preparatory program that prepares for careers in the construction industry. This program offers individuals the opportunity to receive Union endorsed training, exposure and a “foot in the door” to a career in the trades. Program graduates will have an opportunity to interview with participating Construction Trade Unions and Contractors. http://buildingstrong.org/