We represent one trade with many crafts. Our members touch every aspect of a construction project; they’re frequently first on the job and the last to leave. You will find Local 1266 carpenters on commercial, residential, and institutional job sites, providing the skills and experiences that only union training can supply. Our craft areas include: metal stud framing, drywall, acoustical ceiling installation, millwork installation, cleanroom construction, utility solar installations, general carpentry, and more.
Women Belong in Carpentry! Every day, thousands of women play a critical role in making the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America the best union in North America. It is no different for Local 1266, Central South women are in every area of the trade and the union: as foremen, superintendents and lead instructors; on the staff of Councils and locals; and, of course, on jobsites—as carpenters on all kinds of projects, scaffolders, pile drivers, floor layers, and mill-cab and industrial workers. Visit Sisters in the Brotherhood »
Please note that Capital IDEA’s support can cover the costs of tuition, union fees, and tools for this program but only for individuals who meet our qualifications and have been accepted into the apprenticeship program.
Degree Type: 3 to 4 year Apprenticeship Training Program
Field: Professional Union
County: Travis, Williamson, HaysVisit Link: Carpenters Local Union 1266 Visit Link: Sisters In the Brotherhood Local Union 1266
A professional toolset provided (applied technology) -OR- a uniform of scrubs and stethoscope provided (healthcare)
Prospective members should enjoy working with your hands, be up for a rewarding challenge, and have a can-do attitude. While Local 1266 members may have vastly different skill sets, all of them are highly trained in the most up-to-date theories and methodologies, tools, installation procedures, and safety measures.
Journeymen carpenters, on average, earn between $50-55k per year, and apprentices start at around $15/hour.