Welcome to Our News Page!
…announcements, event updates, and general information on the progress of our Building Trades program.
WHAT’S HAPPENING NOW in 2019…
ANNUAL DINNER Fundraiser at Marin Country Club, Saturday September 14, 5:30-9:30pm,
500 Country Club Drive, Novato CA 94949 (tickets)
August at IVC
TIP (Trades Introduction Program) event at Indian Valley College. Foundation Twenty One shows a NEIEP (National Elevator Industry Educational Program) video showcasing their Apprenticeship Program
July Friendship Day at Hoog Park
We invited youngsters to learn how to build a wooden tool tote. Look who showed up…and listened!
The IUEC annual golf fundraising tournament at Hiddenbrooke Golf Club, Vallejo CA
Some of the Friendship Scholarship Awards given at San Marin, Novato, Marin Oaks High Schools, and NOVA
Sunday, April 7
RAINED OUT!! Baseball Day at IVC fields for North (NLLN) and South (NSLL) Little League parents
Friday, March 1
Foundation Twenty One exhibits to high school students in Benicia on the campus of the “University of Iron”–Iron Workers Union Local 378 training facility, thanks to the amazing organizing efforts of Holly Brown, Coordinator, Operating Engineers Training Center
Foundation Twenty One will be participating in classes held by the North Bay Construction Corps (NBCC) at their Terra Linda High School classroom. Click the link below to read the article MBA posted about our work on their website recently…
GREAT NEWS from 2018…
Our Building Trades Trailer at IUEC Local 8 headquarters (Elevator Constructors) in San Francisco. Thank you for your generous donation that is helping us to complete the outfitting of the trailer.
We join a strategy meeting at the Marin Builders Association to introduce ourselves and offer our participation in upcoming training classes planned for seniors at Marin high schools.
We did it! Unveiled our new Building Trades Trailer at this year’s Annual Dinner, attended by 170 people no less.
Foundation Twenty One is currently in discussion with counselors at NOVA, Marin Oaks, and San Marin high schools to schedule on-campus visits with the trailer…exhibiting tools of the various building trades on one side, and showing information on apprenticeship programs and building systems/methods on the other. If you are tradesman looking to volunteer your time and expertise, please contact us.
photos courtesy of Jacob Bourne, reporter for ORGANIZED LABOR