Thank You for Your Service

The UBC’s Millwrights Veterans Program (MVP) is a free eight-week training program specially designed for veterans who want to embark on a new career offering exceptional pay and benefits. The program is designed to allow for an easy transition from the military to a new day-to-day vocation in the millwright trade.

Easily Transition from the Military to the Millwrights

Your military occupational specialty (MOS) may have already prepared you to be a millwright if your experience includes industrial, diesel, turbine, track, hydraulics, automotive, aircraft, or other mechanical MOS. All veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

A Career with Exceptional Pay & Benefits

  • Excellent Salary
  • Health Insurance (personal and dependents)
  • Training for Advancement
  • 401k/Annuities/Pension
  • Lifetime Skill Training (no cost)
  • Employer-Defined Benefits

Start Your Career as a Millwright

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Choose a Career with Precision Tradespeople

The largest workforce of skilled, professional millwrights whose pinpoint accuracy and expertise in all rotating equipment are sought after for maintenance, repairs, new installations, and upgrades of all types of rotating equipment in major industries.

Some Industries Served by UBC Millwrights

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Mechanical Construction
  • Mining
  • Power Generation
  • Petrochemical
  • Food & Beverage Process Plants
  • Pulp & Paper Process Plants
  • Pharmaceutical Process Plants
  • Steel & Alloys Process Plants

Get Started with the Millwrights Veterans Program

Sign-Up Process

  • Attend a TPA Recruitment Briefing
  • Sign up for Millwrights Veterans Program (MVP) with your CSP
  • Register with an MVP Instructor or UBC millwrights staff member
  • Complete the Intake Assessment & Application
  • Complete the MVP interview & orientation process
  • Provide Commanding Officer written approval
  • Register for training session

"The UBC millwright crews are highly productive, with few non-recordable and zero recordable injuries. For logging over 100,000 hours worked on the job so far, that’s not too bad."

Michael F. McCormick, President, Siemens Westinghouse Generation Services President

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