Eastern Atlantic States Regional Carpenters Council and CTC Host Successful Seminar for Contractors in Edison, NJ

Participants and experts from the construction industry at the EASRCC & CCT Entrepreneur Seminar.

Cyndie Williams

Aspiring entrepreneurs learn how to start an outsourcing business

We have a long history of providing exceptional resources to our members, enabling them to thrive in the construction industry.

— Cyndie Williams, Executive Director, CTC

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA, Aug. 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Eastern Atlantic States Regional Carpenters Council (EASRCC), in partnership with the Carpenter Contractor Trust (CCT), held its first-ever contractor seminar, July 26, Northeast Carpenters Apprentice Training Fund, Edison, NJ

The purpose of the seminar was to encourage and educate members interested in starting their own outsourcing business.

“The EASRCC has always been at the forefront of supporting our industry partners and encouraging industry growth, emphasizing the importance of expanding opportunities for veterans, minorities and vehicle owners. small businesses,” said Cyndie Williams, executive director of CCT. “We have a long history of providing exceptional resources to our members, enabling them to thrive in the construction industry.

“We sponsored this introductory seminar to provide carpenters with the opportunity to better understand the steps they need to take if they want to become contractors in the construction industry. The Entrepreneur Seminar is the first step in a series of future programs that will be offered in different regions across the EASRCC. This effort in future programs confirms our commitment to the highest standards. We are committed to preparing the next generation of contractor professionals while passing on union values ​​that include community employment and ethical business practices.

The seminar provided experts with considerable experience in the construction industry, covering topics ranging from legal and accounting issues to labor, compliance and tenders.

“The training was successful because it served as the perfect introduction for woodworkers who have questions about starting a business,” Williams said. “We have brought together top experts in their respective fields with decades of experience to share their insights and provide suggestions for woodworkers looking to get ahead. We look forward to preparing our contractor members for the challenging but lucrative journey to become an entrepreneur.”


The EASRCC represents more than 41,000 of the most skilled carpenters who live and work in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. EASRCCs are trained in many different trades including: commercial/residential carpentry; heavy highway; pile driving; floor laying plant cabinetry; and construction of trade fairs.

The TCC is a union-management trust formed to bind the relationship between the trained talents of union carpenters and their qualified signatory contractors in order to gain market share in the Eastern Atlantic States Carpenters Regional Council region.


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