I want you for the UBCAre you a Carpenter? 

Whether you are driving & welding pile, building forms, framing walls, hanging drywall, erecting scaffolding, building cabinets, installing flooring and everything in between you are a Carpenter and we are looking for for to join us.

We lead the way in training, educating, and representing the next generation of skilled construction professionals. The United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) places a top priority on developing the total professional: tradespeople who are not only technical experts in their craft, but who also demonstrate effective communication and leadership qualities.

The UBC mission is to stand strong with our members and business partners to help them achieve success. UBC education and training advances leadership, skill, quality, productivity, safety, and attitude with the goal of creating a constructive culture within the construction industry and providing a competitive workforce for our contractors and owners.

UBC Carpenters are the most diverse highly trained workforce in the construction industry today. We offer living wages with benefits to help you build your family and communities alike. Our organization is not just a job, it is a career.

For more information about what is needed for a career as a Carpenter please watch our video: Training for a Career in Carpentry

Ready to start your career ? 

There are two ways to join the Carpenters Local 276. Through our Apprenticeship Training Program or as a Journey-person

Apprenticeship Training Program– for applicants that have some or no experience in commercial carpentry.

Interested in our Apprenticeship Training Program? Learn More! We accept applications everyday, and here are the steps you must take:

  1. Attend our next information session by visiting www.nasctf.org or by calling 585.436.1110
  2. Fill out the application
  3. An interview will be scheduled with a Council Representative and a Training Coordinator

Journey-person Member – for applicants that have 5 or more years experience in commercial carpentry

Already have some experience? If you are interested in our Journeyman Program please email the Journeyman application and your resume to swhite@nasrcc.org. We will then contact you to schedule an interview with one of our Council Representatives.

We accept applications at all times.