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Laborers Local 942
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POLITICAL ACTION

APPRENTICE INFO

BENEFITS EXPLAINED

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UNION/LABOR LINKS


GETTING STARTED
The first step toward becoming a member is to register on the
Hiring Hall Out of Work List as a NON MEMBER.

REGISTRATION ON THE C LIST

Workers who have at least three (3) years of actual working experience in the construction and related industries and have been in the state the last 12 months. (Proof of work history rests with the individual).

The C List requirement is at least three years actual work experience. You must provide check stubs with your job classification on them totaling 36 months (W-2 forms will be accepted if there is no question on the total amount of hours worked), and letters from employers (on letterhead stationary) stating the type of work you did and for how long.

One item from the below list of acceptable proof MUST be submitted for each month for the previous twelve months prior to your date of signup. The proof must have your name, an Alaskan address and a date on it:
   Check stubs
   Bank or house payments
   Medical bills
   Repair bills or receipts
   Phone bills
   Electricity bills
   School records
   Envelopes with an Alaskan address and legible postmark
   Bank Statements
   Credit card slips
   Letters from employers
   Any other official receipts (handwritten receipts will not be accepted)

Driver’s licenses, hunting and fishing licenses are good only for the month they were issued. You must have a picture I.D. with you to sign up on the list. We do not accept Permanent Fund Dividend receipts since they are for residency in the previous year and not the last twelve months.

- - SIGN UP IS AT 4PM AND IN PERSON ONLY - -

For those without 3 years experience:  The Alaska Laborers' Training School offers an Apprenticeship Program.  Follow the link above for more information.  Applications for the Apprenticeship Program are available at the Training School. 


 
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Chartered November 1, 1946, Laborers Local 942 is an affiliate local of the Laborers International Union of North America. Originally a construction union, today Local 942 also represents service contract workers, transit workers, tourism industry workers, and pipeline maintenance workers. We have also crafted a unique cooperative agreement with many of the Interior's Athabascan Indian tribes.
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