About The MACTC

Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Carpenters’ Training Centers where we train the best carpenters in the Mid-Atlantic region. This site will allow you to explore the Carpentry Apprenticeship Program to understand the benefits of becoming a union carpenter with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. If you want to earn a good wage, receive excellent health care benefits and start a retirement savings plan while working for the best constructions companies in the country, then contact us today. The MACTC is a registered apprenticeship program with the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. The program is governed by the agreed Standards for each of these jurisdictions. The MACTC apprenticeship is a three-year, four-year or five-year program consisting of on-the-job training and related school-based instruction. MACTC provides training in the following crafts of the carpentry trade. Carpenter – four-year apprenticeship Trade Show Carpenter – three-year apprenticeship Floor Layer – four-year apprenticeship Millwrights – five-year apprenticeship Pile Drivers – four-year apprenticeship If you want to earn a good wage, receive excellent health care benefits, and start a retirement savings plan while working for the best construction companies in the country, then contact us today.

The MACTC Mission

The mission of the MACTC is to provide a world-class carpentry training experience that leads our apprentices and journeyman to master the carpentry trade through intensive hands-on instruction from exceptionally qualified staff using state-of-the-art facilities to make our contractors the most qualified and competitive in the industry. The MACTC operates apprenticeship programs for carpenters, floor layers, millwrights, pile drivers and trade show event display.

Keystone+Mountain+Lakes Regional Carpenters

The Keystone + Mountain + Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters (KMLRCC), represents thousands of hard working men and women throughout the states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, 10 counties in North Carolina and the District of Columbia making it one of the largest trade unions on the East Coast. The KMLRCC equips professional craftsmen with the skills that are demanded in today’s construction industry. Its regional structure ensures that the organization can work cooperatively with contractors and maintain the superior quality of workmanship that contractors have come to expect from union carpenters.  

All recruitment, selection, employment and training of apprentices during their apprenticeship shall be without discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex or disability. The Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship.