The workforce training program will focus, in part, on the reassembly of an historic 48-inch universal plate mill, seen above, currently located at the Carrie Blast Furnaces, which operated in the United States Steel Homestead Works facility until its closure in 1979.
Join the Team!
Rivers of Steel is seeking part-time apprentices for its new Historical Preservation Workforce Training Program. This six-month training program will provide knowledge of historic preservation principles and hands-on skills training in the historic trades. Trainees will receive specialized training and earn a competitive hourly wage while helping preserve some of our region’s most iconic historical structures like the Carrie Blast Furnaces National Historic Landmark. The program will focus, in part, on the reassembly of an historic 48-inch universal plate mill, currently located at the Carrie Blast Furnaces, which operated in the United States Steel Homestead Works facility until its closure in 1979.
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