Ready to earn while you learn? An organization with roots in Colorado Springs is making sure southern Colorado knows about its apprenticeship program in our exclusive Get a Job Monday segment on Gazette.com. Eric Singer will talk with a LiUNA or Laborers International Union of North America, local 720 representative about a program designed to ensure participants are ready to work in careers including building and highway construction, tunnel and shaft excavation, hazardous waste removal, environmental remediation and demolition.
Get your skills with an apprenticeship program that offers perks like health benefits, a vacation fund and a pension fund. If you are interested in applying for the apprenticeship program or open jobs apply at the LiUNA office in Colorado Springs at 404 North Spruce Street or at its Brighton, Colorado office at 10505 Havana.
If you are interested in other careers in the Pikes Peak region, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Dean is with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center.