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On Tuesday, October 2nd PSEG hosted its first PSEG Union Trades Fair at Bridgeport’s City Hall Annex. The trades fair was made possible by the Office of Mayor Joe Ganim, and city council members Aidee Nieves, Dennise Taylor Moye, and Jack Banta to expose residents to local career opportunities in the union construction trades.

Local men, women and young adults attended PSEG Union Trades Fair where they discovered the ways a trade can translate into a career. With 14 trade unions and 2 workforce development agencies in attendance, event goers were able gather information on various trades that sparked their interest. Information on internship and apprenticeship opportunities were available to attendees, including PSEG’s Ready2Work program, a free apprenticeship readiness training opportunity for Bridgeport residents.

PSEG believes in supporting the community we live and work in. By providing residents with insight into local opportunities we are strengthening Bridgeport’s workforce and communities.

A special thanks to our union partners: SMART Local 38,  International Brotherhood of Boilermakers Local 237, IBEW Local 488, UA Local 777, 669, Roofers Union Local 12, Iron Workers Local 424, IUOE Local 478, UBC Local 326, Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied WorkersLocal 33, IUPAT District Council 11, Teamsters Union Local 191, BAC Local 1, OPCMIA Local 262 and Building Pathways