Accepting Applications for an Electrical Apprenticeship

A 5-year apprenticeship program that consists of on-the-job training and classroom study. Earn a living while working alongside a seasoned Journeyman Wireman throughout the week and attend class in the evenings 2 nights/week. Advancements in the program are achieved as you progress and hit milestones of on-the-job training hours and related classroom studies. The apprenticeship program not only allows you to earn a prominent career but by attending a couple of additional classes, you could earn an associate's degree in applied science.

Apprentices will be given work assignments with signatory electrical contractors. The apprentice must have reliable transportation and willing to work anywhere within our jurisdiction no matter the relation to their residence. (In the State of Ohio: Adams, Fayette, Highland, Hocking, Jackson, Pike, Ross, and Scioto counties. Deer Creek, Perry, Pickaway, Salt Creek, and Wayne Townships in Pickaway county. Clinton, Eagle, Elk, Harrison, Jackson, Richland, and Swan Townships in Vinton County.
In the State of Kentucky: Fleming, Greenup, Lewis and Mason Counties.)

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Fill out and complete the application. Applications are valid for 90 days. Once applications have been completed the applicant will receive a New Applicant letter and will be placed on the list to test. Applicants will be notified via e-mail of the Testing dates and the applicant must confirm within 10 days.
The PEJATC is an equal opportunity employer and prior experience is not required.