Why Become a Union Millwright?

What if you knew of a way to make good money and get great fringe benefits, have the ability to work all over the country — or stay close to home? How about having access to a network that helps locate work for you? Would you jump on it?

Get ready to leap.

Union millwrights are the rock stars of the construction industry. They are an elite group of industrial mechanics whose skills are unmatched by any other construction worker.

It all starts with an apprenticeship.

An apprentice is a person in the process of becoming a skilled millwright via training and experience. Apprentices study in the classroom at a local training center and on actual jobsites under the guidance of a skilled veteran, called a “journeyman.” Usually, an apprenticeship takes four years to complete. When you graduate, you become accredited from the United States Department of Labor, confirming your status as a journeyman millwright.

Hear what our apprentices have to say:

Get a head start.
You can get a head start by taking classes in mathematics, drafting, auto mechanics, industrial arts, CAD, and enrolling in industrial shop.

Begin today.
Call this number: 855-577-7672

E-mail us: info@southernstatesmillwrights.org