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Did you graduate from high school?
If no, did you obtain a G.E.D.?
Are you a veteran?
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Are you enrolled in the “Helmets to Hardhats”?
Are you now or have you ever worked for a Local #20 Sheet Metal Contractor?
Have you ever applied for this program before?
Have you ever been convicted of a felony?
Personal Reference (other than relatives). Give two.
Do you understand that upon acceptance into the program, you will be required to take a physical examination and drug test?
Do you understand that if you are working in the sheet metal trade, the contractor you are working for may be changed upon entering the Apprenticeship Program or at any time by the decision of the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee?
Do you understand that you will be required to provide your own transportation to and from work and school and that a valid drivers license is required to enter and remain in the Apprenticeship Program?
Do you understand that the work of a sheet metal worker may require you to travel throughout the jurisdiction of Local 20, basically state wide?
Do you understand that, as a sheet metal worker, you may be required to work at various heights above and below the ground and under possible hazardous conditions?
Do you understand that the work of a sheet metal worker may be seasonal in nature and that you may experience prolonged lay-offs?
Do you understand that being a sheet metal worker may require you to work in extremely dusty and dirty conditions, extreme heat, cold, or damp environments, as well as inclement weather?