Laborers' International Union of North America (LiUNA)

Change The Narrative, Change A Future

The Laborers' International Union of North America (LIUNA) has been training its members to work in the highly competitive construction market for fifty years.

With the demand for the highest-skilled and most qualified worker greater than ever, LIUNA has once again established itself at the forefront of the labor movement by implementing the Construction Craft Laborers' (CCL) Apprenticeship Program. Approved in all six New England states, this program is directed by the New England Laborers' Training Trust Fund and has trained thousands of young men and women who aspire to a rewarding career in the construction industry as proud members of LIUNA.

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Fringe Benefits


Workers earn sustainable living wages (Higher Wages)


Medical, Dental, Vision Includes spouse & children 100 percent funded by employer


Apprentices may earn 18 credits or more toward college

Earn While You Learn

Most of the Laborers' courses of study are accredited by the National College Credit Recommendation Services (NCCRS). Upon completion of our apprentice program, graduates may earn 18 credits or more towards an associate or bachelor's degree at colleges and universities throughout New England at little or no cost

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10% incremental wage increases

Our apprentices will earn 10% incremental wage increases as they advance through the tiers of the curriculum and on the job work hours.

Graduate debt free but earn $125 weekly tax-free while enrolled and attending classes.

Why Choose Us?

  • Together we will change the narrative that presently leaves our youth struggling to find their way, find their path.

  • Far too many community college and university enrollees will fail to graduate with a degree. This suggests that many young adults are either in a place (college) where they don't belong or don't want to be

  • When we change the narrative, we rid away the stigma that follows those who choose not to take the college path.

  • The apprentice program provides a career pathway with a college like experience on state-of-the-art campuses.

  • Joining the apprentice program is not a last resort but rather another invaluable first choice.

Apprenticeship Program Requirements:

1. 18 years old & physically able to perform the work of the trade

2. Submit to drug testing prior to being accepted into the program

3. Have a High School diploma or GED equivalent

4. Valid driver's license

5. Reliable transportation

Contact Us

New England Regional Apprenticeship Office

37 East St., Hopkinton, MA 01748