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Boilermakers National Apprenticeship Program

The Boilermakers National Joint Apprenticeship Fund was established in November 1959 to create a national program for training future Boilermakers.

BNAP Mission Statement:

To educate our members to be the safest, highly skilled, most productive and the most sought after craft in the building trades, while at the same time; practicing unity, progress and brotherhood which will provide industry stability for generations to come.

For more information on the Boilermakers National Apprenticeship Program, visit their website at www.bnap.com.

Latest News

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    Local lodge leaders attend summer institute

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  • Roy Moyer, L-S1978 president, winner of the Wyoming AFL-CIO 2018 Labor Leader of the Year award.

    L-1978 president wins Wyoming AFL-CIO award

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  • Pictured at left back row, l. to r.: Inspector John Seward, Recording Secretary Zach Hayes, and Iowa Rep Tom Dye. Front row, l. to r.: President Robbie Gant, BM-ST Scot Albertson, scholarship recipient Samantha Hicks, Kenneth Hicks, Trustee Dave Delgado and Trustee Danny Eastwood.

    Canadian Federation of Labour, local lodge scholarships announced

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  • Election 2018 Boilermaker Endorsements

    Election 2018 Boilermaker Endorsements

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  • Hilary Peach travels out of Local 359 and often does confined space jobs in pulp mills. Here she welds tubes to a header. Photo courtesy of Gord Kappel.

    Union craft inspires art for Local 359 member

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