Join Senator Heidi Heitkamp at the IW 512 Apprenticeship Training Facility to try some of the best hotdish Bismarck has to offer!
Bring your family's favorite hotdish to enter into the competition .. prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place!
Click HERE for more information or navigate to the North Dakota page
A scheduled 1½-2 hour "Jobfit Test" is a questionnaire taken on our computer that is required for applying. Click HERE to read about job requirements on the Apprenticeship Information page.
Please contact the Training Center at 651-489-3829 for more information and to schedule your Jobfit Test/Application. No walk-in tests will be given.
Local 512's jurisdiction covers all of Minnesota, North Dakota, and 21 counties in western Wisconsin. We have 1,343 journeyman and 552 apprentices in this local which is divided into three regions. We encourage you to read through the information on this website and, if you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us.
INJURED IRON WORKER FUND RAISER
(Please note: Venue and date have changed- see below)
Local 512 Motorcycle Club is having a fund raiser. Date and venue have changed to Saturday September 22nd at the Region A Hall in St. Paul.
This is a fund raiser to help injured Iron Workers. There will be door prizes from purchased raffle tickets and a silent auction. It starts at 10am.
Get here and enjoy the international apprentice competition going on.
TWIN CITY IRON WORKER FRINGE FUNDS WEBSITE
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By Jason DeMoe Forest Lake Times 12/19/16
Members of Twin Cities Iron Workers local 512 and metropolitan construction companies donated time, materials, and labor to build two 70-foot bridges at Veterans Campground on Big Marine Lake. Wetlands have prevented the 90-year-old camp from having an integrated trail system throughout its 69 acres.
Iron Workers Local 512 solved this problem by recruiting and teaming up with area construction companies to design and erect two bridges at the camp. CLICK HERE to read the full artice.