BECOME AN APPRENTICE
FOUR WAYS TO APPLY
Applicants with no prior experience in the industry typically apply using this method. To complete your application, you will need to upload one of the following:
-High School Diploma
-High School Equivalency or GED
-Associates degree or Higher
You will also need to provide evidence that you meet our Algebra requirement by providing proof of one of the following:
-Two semesters of HS Algebra with a "C" or better
-One semester of post-HS Algebra with a "C" or better
-Electrical Training Alliance's online Tech Math Certificate
To qualify under this method, applicants need to have one of the following conditions met:
-At least 3 years of Active Duty service, with an honorable discharge in the past 5 years
-At least 6 years of Reserve Duty service, with an honorable discharge in the past 2 years
-Military technical training with an electrical MOS.
Applicants using this method will be required to submit a DD-214 or equivalent.
To qualify under this method, applicants need to have worked specifically in the electrical construction industry and have one of the following conditions met:
-Worked a minimum of 2,000 hours
-Worked a minimum of 4,000 hours.
Applicants using either method will be required to submit documentation proving their experience. Such documentation should be comprised of tax/payroll records, or notarized letters of experience from prior employers. Those that have 2,000 hours will move directly to interview and then be placed on the rank list. Applicants having 4,000 hours will move directly to interview and then will be eligible for direct hire.
To qualify under this method, applicants need to verify that they have completed a structured pre-apprenticeship training program meeting minimum requirements recognized by the JATC. Applicants will need to submit completion documentation. Such documentation should be comprised of completion/ graduation certificates, transcripts, or notarized letters of confirmation.
Some recognized pre-apprenticeships include: