Apprenticeship programs opens the door to careers in the trades. A career in the trades provides stable and fulling work, a living wage, comprehensive benefits and retirement benefits. On average, workers who start in apprenticeship programs make, on average, $300,000 more over the span of their careers than non-union workers.
AFSCME Scholarship programs:
Apprenticeship programs opens the door to great career opportunities
Gerald W. McEntee Scholarship- Opens 6/15; closes 1/31; winners announced 5/31
Union Plus Scholarship Award- Opens 6/15; closes 1/31; winners announced 5/31