Berk Trade and Business School

Berk Trade and Business School, with a facility conveniently accessible to students throughout the greater New York area, was founded in 1940 by its former owner, Irving Berk.

During the first years of its establishment, the School’s primary offering was instruction in the Building Trades, most notably in the field of Plumbing. These offerings were later expanded to include the Electrical and Automotive trades.
Berk Trade and Business School has been a pioneer in supplying students with superior knowledge of the building trades as well as providing the industry with qualified helpers since its founding in 1940.

The school was established in response to the emerging needs of the trade industry and the need for trained individuals who otherwise would not have the opportunity to be trained without the aid of organized unions. Berk Trade and Business School is a national model for urban building trade education.


Berk Trade and Business School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology. The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education. The school is authorized by the State Education Department to confer Diplomas. Its curricula are also registered by the New York State Education Department.

Berk Trade and Business School does not discriminate in any way on the basis of age, color, national origin, disability, religion, or gender in its admissions policy, activity programs, educational offerings or hiring procedures, and has trained thousands of students from New York State, other states, and many foreign countries.


Berk Trade and Business School believes that quality education in trade and business skills along with an awareness of self worth is essential for success. The faculty and staff are dedicated to providing all students with an educational experience that encourage a high degree of competence in trade activities. The career training provide at Berk Trade School is designed to help various ethnic groups enter the job market in a reasonably short period of time.

The Primary Educational Mission at Berk Trade and Business School is to create an atmosphere that permits the individual student to achieve goals. The faculty and staff accept the responsibility to offer an education that may enable each student to reach his/her potential in business career skills. The mission is accomplished by offering:

1. Small classes
2. An effective classroom experience
3. Individual student advertisement
4. An effective career advising and placement program.


To provide skills, training, good work habits, and placement assistance in a competitive industry, in order to enable students to become gainfully employed and productive members of society.

May 01, 2022
Part time
$23.00 - $35.00 hourly
Berk Trade and Business School Long Island City, Queens, NY, USA
Job Details Job Type Full-time Part-time Number of hires for this role On-going need to fill this role   Full Job Description Job Description: - teaching beginning level students about Electrical or Plumbing trade - have to teach both theory and practical - a entire class runs for 7 and half month, 4 hours per day, Mon-Fir. Requirement: - high school diploma - 5 years or above field work experience Preference: - teaching experience - team player, punctual, willing to improve, good work ethics. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Benefits: 401(k) Health insurance COVID-19 considerations: Mask required, temperature taken daily by office, Vaccine not required. Work Location: One location Work Remotely: No Work Location: One location   If you require alternative methods of application or screening, you...