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2017 Robert A. Grassman Scholarship Application and Rules - (1/1/2015)

SCHOLARSHIP RULES 2017.pdf SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION 2017.pdf(click here for rules and application)



Eligibility: All sons and daughters (including legally adopted) who are presently covered by Steamfitter's Local 475 Welfare Fund & Pension Plan and Refrigeration Air Conditioning Service Division.   If currently in College Studies, the student must submit FALL 2016 grades showing fulltime status and a minimum grade average of 2.75. Any child of a Deceased Member who was welfare benefit eligible at the time of the members death, meeting 1 and 2 above, will be an automatic recipient.

Applications: Are mailed in January with your 2017 Monthly Meetings letter. Additional copies will be available by request from the Fund's office between January 01 and March 31. Must be returned by Certified Letter no later than May 01, 2017 to the Fund Office, C/O Scholarship Committee. If the application is NOT sent by Certified Mail IT WILL BE RETURNED TO YOU.  We have had too many applicants say they sent their application in and it was never received by the local, this way you will have proof that you sent it.  All applications must be postmarked by MAY 1, 2017 OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE DENIED.

All applications will be reviewed by the Committee for eligibility. The committee, on an annual basis, will determine the number of and dollar amount of Scholarships to be awarded. All qualified applicants will be selected in June.  The award is for one year, with applicants eligible to apply for subsequent awards. The award will be paid directly to the school where the student is enrolled.

 


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Welcome to the Website for Steamfitters Local 475


Steamfitters Local 475 recently celebrated its 100th year of existence. Chartered in Newark, the Local covers Essex and Union counties and parts of Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Somerset and Warren counties.
As with all United Association Locals, training is a top priority. The Local 475 training facility is in constant use with apprentice training during the day and open classes for journeymen in the evening.

The Local does a variey of work, the Bayway Refinery in Linden being just a small sample of the type of work done by the skilled members of Local 475. The refinery has the Local take care of all of its piping maintenance. Budweiser's Newark Brewery is another plant built and maintained by Local 475.

The Pharmaceutical Industry also relies heavily on the skilled craftsmen produced in our training center. Among these companies are Merck, Schering-Plough, Hoffman-LaRoche, Aventis, and Ortho. In these facilities, all of the process piping is installed and maintained by Local 475 members. This, along with all the comfort heating and cooling in all facilities, such as Newark International Airport, demonstrates the versatility of Local 475.

The Local also operates a complete health and retirement program for all of is members.

As we go into the 21st Century, Local 475 will continue to bring in projects "on time and under budget".