VIP trainings receive base approvals to reopen

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Take a look at some of the newsworthy items for the VIP program.

UA VIP graduates remember the lessons they learned from their time in the program, such as second year UA apprentice Joseph Zgonc.

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A United Association Veterans in Piping graduate recently turned out as a journeyman with UA Local 322. He attributes his success to the UA VIP Program.

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The UA Veterans in Piping Program gave Troy DeForge a chance to learn about the pipe trades and what it takes to be a United Association sprinkler fitter.

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The UA VIP Program helped this graduate find employment in order to provide for his family and relieve the stress of transitioning out of the military.

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UA VIP Program graduates go on to make meaningful contributions to their communities, such as QueAndric Thorton who is now a member of UA Local 370.

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The United Association Veterans in Piping Program helped this former Navy Petty Officer Second Class begin a career as a UA member in the pipe trades.

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Adam Rule, a JBLM UA VIP graduate and Army veteran was featured on Brotherhood Outdoors, as he embarked on a waterfowl hunting trip in Saskatchewan.

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the UA VIP Program will operate under a new set of safety guidelines and protocols in order to help keep everyone safe.

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UA VIP graduate Tyler Simms, was prepared for his career because of the VIP Program. He has been a foreman for a few years and is now a journeyman welder.

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After finishing her duty in the Marine Corps, Alex Kelm found her passion as a pipefitter/welder thanks to the UA VIP program.

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