Local Union #3 IBEW
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The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) represents approximately 750,000 members who work in a wide variety of fields, including utilities, construction, telecommunications, broadcasting, manufacturing, railroads and government. The IBEW has members in both the United States and Canada and stands out among the American unions in the AFL-CIO because it is among the largest and has members in so many skilled occupations.


Latest news and information regarding the electrical industry


The Powering America Team consists of  craftsmen of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and their signatory contractors—including those who are members of the National Electrical Contractors Association, supported by the electrical training ALLIANCE.


An online magazine connecting IBEW Members.


The finest electrical workers in the country receive their training through the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee of National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). It's a model education partnership which produces the best-trained, most up-to-date electrical apprentices and journeymen in the country.


Harry Van Arsdale Jr. Memorial Association

His passion and concern for the well being and dignity of others has substantially improved the lives of working men and women.


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This is a direct link to the latest subway map published by the NYC MTA


The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) is a voluntary federation of 55 national and international labor unions.

Today's unions represent 10 million working women and men of every race and ethnicity and from every walk of life. We are teachers and truck drivers, musicians and miners, firefighters and farm workers, bakers and bottlers, engineers and editors, pilots and public employees, doctors and nurses, painters and laborers—and more.


The Joint Industry Board (JIB) was founded on March 30, 1943 when leaders from IBEW Local Union No. 3 and the electrical contracting industry recognized the need for an organization that would build and promote harmony within the electrical industry and address labor-management issues for electrical workers and contractors. Today, the JIB has developed into a renowned multi-employer organization which has become a role model for labor-management organizations throughout the state of New York and the country.

Local #3 Members: The JIB administers your benefits (401k, pension, medical, dental, etc.) click this link for more information.


Founded in 1992, the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO, is the first and only national organization of Asian Pacific American union members.
It organizes and works with Asian Pacific American workers, many of them immigrants, to build the labor movement and address exploitative conditions in the garment, electronics, hotel and restaurant, food processing, and health care industries.
More than half a million Asian Pacific American workers have joined unions and are seeking better pay, improved benefits, dignity on the job, and a voice in the work place.

Backed with the strong support of the AFL-CIO, APALA has thirteen chapters and pre-chapters and a national office in Washington, D.C.
APALA recruits and trains union members and labor activists to become leaders in the labor movement. APALA mobilizes voters to increase Asian American participation in the political process. APALA is involved with local communities to increase their awareness of the labor movement and issues that affect workers. APALA also has ties to international delegates who visit the United States.


Official Website Home to the 120,000 member Westchester/ Putnam Central Labor Body, AFL-CIO


The New York State branch of the AFL-CIO. The mission of the AFL-CIO is to improve the lives of working families--to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our nation. To accomplish this mission we will build and change the American labor movement.The mission of the AFL-CIO is to improve the lives of working families--to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our nation. To accomplish this mission we will build and change the American labor movement.


The New York City Central Labor Council (NYCCLC) is a non-profit labor membership organization devoted to supporting, advancing and advocating for the working people of New York City. The NYCCLC brings together 400 local unions from every trade, occupation, public and private sector of the New York economy.They represent 1.3 million workers, including teachers, truck drivers, operating engineers, nurses, construction workers, electricians, firefighters, retail workers, janitors, train operators, bakers, and many more who are the face of today's workforce.


The New York State Public Employee Conference (NYSPEC) was formed in 1977 as a means of bringing together municipal labor unions and forming a unified voice for public employees. What started as an organization of 20 member unions today has nearly 60 members and we're still growing.