Thank you for visiting the site for the USW Local 307 ICD program. The purpose of this website is to serve as your main resource for using the ICD program.
ICD is a joint initiative, with labor and management working together to provide educational services to Steelworkers. Today, there are more than 70 Career Development Programs nationwide in the steel, tire and rubber, and glass industries.
ICD covers a wide range of classes to meet any interest or skill level. Instruction ranges from basic skills, such as GED preparation or financial investing, to graduate-level college courses. Steelworkers can also take a variety of classes that teach technical skills, such as plumbing, electrical wiring or small engine repair, and a wide array of computer classes are available as well.
“Experience has shown that worker growth and development are stunted when programs are mandated from above, but flourish in an atmosphere of voluntary participation in self-designed and self-directed training and education.”
— USW/Company Contract Language