Join Us - Become an Electrician

Interested in Becoming an Electrician? Contact your local NECA/IBEW or Independent Electrical Contractors Chapter

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics states that job prospects of electricians are double the average of all occupations, and many employers report difficulty finding qualified applicants. By joining a free apprenticeship program by the National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, or the Independent Electrical Contractors you can learn a trade while being paid. 

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Join the Electrical Industry

We can teach you to be one of the finest. That’s why the men and women who join the electrical industry earn while they learn. We power our country with our hands and our minds.

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Qualified Electricians

Not all electricians are the same. All electrical work should be done by a qualified electrician, who: Have 4-5 years of on the job training

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Interested in Becoming an Electrician?
Contact your local NECA/IBEW or Independent Electrical Contractors Chapter