Mar 27, 2024

A Boston-based nonprofit that has over the last five years has worked to bring more Black and Brown men and women into the building trades has gained and maintained substantial momentum from its robust partnership with the powerhouse Dorchester union, IBEW Local 103.

The Community Mentoring Team (CMT) today has 115 students, of whom 106 have already been placed in various apprenticeship trade roles, learning work-enhancing skills at the union’s headquarters on Freeport Street.

The organization was founded by Roxbury resident Bill Moran, who felt a need to plug more Bostonians of color into good-paying union jobs on construction sites around the region.

Read the full article at Dorchester Reporter.

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