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Time is running out to nominate hard working apprentices for CTMA’s Apprentice Awards.

CTMA members may nominate up to three apprentices and/or pre-apprentices for the judging committee’s consideration by June 17.

  • Selected apprentices will receive an award up to $1000;
  • Pre-apprentices will receive an award of up to $500
  • PLUS: tools, training packages, and other trade-related items

For more information go to: https://www.ctma.com/initiatives/apprentice-award-sponsorship

 

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