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PA AFL-CIO spotlights L-13 apprenticeship program

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L-13’s John Cawley competes in a past Boilermakers National Apprenticeship Program (BNAP) competition.

In an effort to showcase union apprenticeship, the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO featured the Local 13 (Philadelphia) program on their website recently. The article noted that jobs historically considered “blue-collar” are oftentimes dignified, skilled craft professions. Read the story on the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO website.

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Published on the Web: December 1, 2017

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