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We are leveraging our more than 140-year history to prepare for tomorrow by training, educating, and representing the next generation of construction professionals. Take a moment to see how the UBC is standing strong and building tomorrow.

For Our Members

Opportunities for membership, education, skills training, and job advancement are open to all. Across the United States and Canada, everything our Brotherhood does strives to help individual members succeed today and build a better future.

Fitness Initiative

The UBC International Sisters in the Brotherhood (SIB) Committee has launched a new initiative to help UBC members Stay Fit for Work with the slogan ‘Move Better, Work Better, Live Better’.

UBC Leading the Way

With over a half-million members in the construction and wood-products industries, the UBC is leveraging our more than 140-year history to prepare for tomorrow by training, educating, and representing the next generation of construction professionals. Click below to see how UBC is leading the way.

TAUC Craftperson
UBC Member, Kevin Knowlton, Named 2017 TAUC Craftperson of the Year

Kevin is a General Foreman and member of Millwrights Pile Drivers Local Union 1090, which represents parts of Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky.

2016 graduating class
2016 Graduating Class of CITF’s Superintendent Career Training

The Superintendent Career Training (SCT) is an 18-month classroom and on-the-job instructional program that prepares participants to be highly skilled construction industry professionals.

SIB diver
UBC Member & Sister In the Brotherhood, Alexis Pope

Pope became certified as a diver in Louisiana but work was scarce following an oil spill, so she moved to California. When asking around for work she was advised to go to the Union.


Featured News

Interested in learning more about recent UBC endeavors in both U.S. and Canada? View various news below about UBC events, carpenters’ jobsites, featured members leading the way, and much more.

Carpenters Union Supports USDOL Final Rule on Employee Misclassification

Washington, DC— The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC) announced today its support of the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division’s final rule on determining employee and independent contractor status under the Fair Labor Standards Act.  The rule rescinds and replaces the 2021 rule that the USDOL rushed to implement 

Apprenticeship Resonates Through a High-Performance Career

It’s not unusual for UBC members to take roundabout paths to reach the doorway of an apprenticeship training center. In particular, women historically have often come later to the idea of pursuing a “non-traditional” career like construction.   That was true of Roxanne Neilson, whose pathway has been especially remarkable. Spoiler alert, she views her apprenticeship 

Union Carpenters Bring It  On Tough As Nails TV Series

If you are a union carpenter and a fan of the Tough As Nails television series, you already know about the UBC members who were cast to be part of the show’s latest season (Season Four).   Local 714 member Sergio Robles and Local 909 member Jorge Zavala, both of Southern California, started their journeys to 

Carpenter Magazine

Carpenter Magazine is the official magazine of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) and is distributed to all members as a means to promote union values. Printed annually, Carpenter delivers union insights and information related to current events and issues, local union activities, education and training, member stories, and more. Click below to learn more about the magazine and access digital versions of previously printed issues dating back to 1881.

In Memoriam

To honor and remember those brothers and sisters we’ve lost through the years.

Honorary Members

The UBC congratulates the men and women who have earned Honorary Member status by having 50-years of continuous membership.

UBC Videos

The United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) leads the way to a 21st century union. View our video archive to get more information on our varied crafts, union events, training programs, and more.

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