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* NEW: LOCAL 1456/1556 Scholarship application are available
How to Apply
The application process occurs during the student's senior year of high school:
September - You can request an application by visiting ISTS's website at https://aim.applyists.net/NYCDCC
December - Your Child needs to take the College Board SAT Reasoning Test by December. Your Child must upload a copy of his/her SAT scores using the drop down menu on the academic page of the online application by December 15th. Applications received after the due date will not be accepted.
Please be sure to ADD YOUR LOCAL TO THE NYCDCC APPLICATION PROCESS


* Charity Softball Tournament @Cunningham Park – Saturday, September 22




New "Contract Rates" are available in the "Rate Sheet" Pages


Job Referral Policy (More)

Draft: Local Union Bylaws (More)

TWIC/SWAC Card for Reimbursement - Apprentices Only [More]

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Meetings Schedule:
General meetings are held every fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00pm in the following location: Carpenter School Labor Technical College, 395 Hudson Street 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10014

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If you have been suspended by the D.C. for owing working dues assessments, the local cannot accept your payment. If you have any questions regarding your union dues, please call the Local. Please allow 48hrs for dues to be processed.

Mandatory Union Participation:
District Council By-Laws Sec. 21g -
"It shall be mandatory that each active member perform at least 1 day or 7 hours of union activity (picketing, etc.) per calendar year when called upon by the New York City District Council of Carpenters. The District Council shall call upon members to perform such activity on a fair and equitable basis. Any assessment, fine or penalty for failure to perform such activity shall be imposed in compliance with section 28 of these By-Laws and sections 52 and 53 of the United Brotherhood's Constitution, and shall be used to defray the expenses of organizing and shall not be used for any other purpose."