Training Centers

The Most Skilled and Best Trained Carpenters Start Here

Apprenticeships with The Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters are conducted by specialty experts in the trade at some of the most state-of-the-art training facilities in the country. At these training centers, apprentices can learn the skills they need to have a successful career in the construction industry including, but not limited to, commercial carpentry, residential carpentry, heavy highway, pile driving, floor laying, cabinet making, and trade show carpentry. Since some of your training will occur on job sites while going through your apprenticeship, you will be able to earn as you learn.

Keystone + Mountain + Lakes Carpenters Training Fund

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Duncansville Pennsylvania, Lebanon Pennsylvania

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West Virginia Training Fund

Charleston West Virginia, Parkersburg West Virginia, Bridgeport West Virginia

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Mid-Atlantic Carpenters Training Centers Fund

Baltimore Maryland, Upper Marlboro Maryland, Charles City Virginia, Ashland Virginia

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Eastern Atlantic States Carpenters Technical College

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Edison, New Jersey, Hammonton, New Jersey, Sicklerville, New Jersey, Allentown, Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Delaware, New Castle Delaware

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If you are interested in learning more or starting to “Earn as You Learn” please use the links below to find the school closest to you.

The Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters have unveiled their expanded Heavy Construction, Pile Driving, and Offshore Wind training facility at their Thomas C. Ober Carpenters Training Center in Hammonton, New Jersey as well as the new EAS Carpenters Dive School in Sicklerville, New Jersey.

The EAS Carpenters, Carpenter Contractor Trust, and EAS Carpenters Training Funds hosted our first ever Construction Showcase at the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Watch to see a recap of the winners, competition, and more.

Pittsburgh EAS Carpenters 4th-Year Apprentices competed in a Skills Expo at the Pittsburgh Training Center Open House!

LU 167 Apprentice, Adam Arditi introduced Governor Shapiro as he visited the EAS Carpenters in Allentown, PA to share his new initiative, the Commonwealth Workforce Training Program.