“Congratulations Alex on graduating from IEC of Great St. Louis’ four year apprenticeship program. You did an exceptional job completing your studies and are a valued member of our team.” Candy Branham
IEC’s four year apprenticeship program offers students the opportunity to work in the electrical field via employment with a merit shop electrical contractor. Students go to school one night a week and work, as an apprentice electrician, full time during the day. At the end of the four year program, students receive a journeyman electrician’s certificate from the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training.
“Alex started with Branham Electric in 2017 and has always performed at the best of his abilities. His always goes the extra mile and is eager to learn new things and lend a helping hand.” say Tim Branham. “Alex is a great employee and I look forward to him expanding his abilities now that he’s completed his IEC apprenticeship program.”
Alex, is pictured center accepting his diploma and DOL-BAT journeyman certificate.
Your Future as an Electrician Starts Here
A career in the electrical industry offers many diverse and rewarding opportunities. Today’s cutting edge technologies continue to expand the uses of electricity, with technical expansion, society’s need for electricity continues to grow.
The electrical trade makes all this growth and technology possible. Electricians connect the world as we know it today and will be on the cutting edge of connecting the world of tomorrow. Your future in the electrical industry is bright and IEC offers exceptional training. Why consider IEC?
- Earn while you learn, as an IEC apprentice, you work for an IEC merit shop contractor while you attend school, so you get paid to learn!
- IEC’s programs are regarded as among the best in the industry; and are recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor and State Apprenticeship Councils across the country.
- Start your career debt free. Most IEC apprentices graduate debt free from their 4 year apprenticeship program as journeyman electricians. Unlike college graduates who often owe $50 to $150 thousand for their education.