Participating on a committee is an excellent opportunity to help guide IEC, engage with other IEC members at the national level, while making a difference in your association and industry.
Most national committees will meet three times in person (Business Summit; Legislative Conference; and IEC Convention & Expo) in addition to meeting via conference calls. Participation requirements vary by committee.
Employees of member companies and chapter staff are eligible to serve on committees.
Please note: Serving on more than one committee is permissible, however, committee meetings may overlap during IEC national conferences.
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This committee is a policy committee that maintains IEC’s National Standards of Apprenticeship, the apprentice training curriculum, and technical training for other field workers in accordance with its own committee bylaws. This committee also contributes to outreach with potential apprentices. The A&T Committee may include one or more subcommittees. Familiarity with IEC’s apprentice training programs is preferred.
This is an advisory committee that monitors IEC’s participation in various industry codes and standards panels, reviews and recommends changes in codes and standards documents, and communicates them to IEC members. Familiarity with industry codes and standards is preferred.
IEC’S Emerging Leaders committee is designed to cultivate future leaders in the electrical & systems industry. The Committee produces national and regional networking events that allow emerging leaders an opportunity to interact with each other. It also provides forums where participants can meet and learn from top industry leaders and suggests programming.
The goal of this committee is to assist the association and staff in collecting data, evaluating data, guiding decisions, providing insights and making recommendations to the Executive Committee concerning the schedules and locations of the three major IEC National annual events: Business Summit, Legislative Conference, and Convention & Expo.
This is an advisory committee that sets IEC’s national legislative agenda, monitors progress in achieving IEC’s legislative and regulatory objectives, communicates related news to IEC chapters and members, raises awareness of the electrical industry among elected officials and regulatory agencies, and assists chapters and regions in developing state and local programs. Knowledge of local, state, and/or national legislative issues is preferred.
This is an advisory committee that recommends programs important to Industry Partners. This committee fosters collaboration between IEC Industry Partners and chapters.
This committee is an advisory committee that guides IEC's efforts to raise awareness of the accomplishments of IEC and its members and to boost awareness of the electrical industry. The committee will identify areas for garnering publicity including overseeing the IEC National Annual Awards.
The Livewires is a committee comprised of members with the interest of providing funding to support educational opporunities for IEC's Apprentices.
The Membership Committee maintains and oversees IEC’s membership policies, procedures, and membership development; monitors the new chapter formation process, requests for chapter jurisdiction changes, and chapter marketing plans; provides oversight for the chapter assessment process; and develops member growth programs.
The PAC/PEF Committee is an advisory committee that directs fundraising and program development for IEC’s Political Action Committee (PAC) and Political Education Fund (PEF). It determines recipients of campaign contributions and develops informational campaigns relating to public policy issues.
This council is appointed by the national president and serves in an advisory capacity for the purpose of sharing feedback on behalf of the chapters. The council may meet at the association’s three national meetings; or by conference call. The council should include the IEC national president, chapter executive directors, representing each of the regions, additional executive directors as deemed appropriate by the president and select IEC National staff.
This is an advisory committee that directs IEC’s management and continuing education programs including the educational sessions at national conferences and conventions, online training courses, and other programs that assist IEC chapters in providing management and continuing education to their members.
The Safety Committee is an advisory committee that develops and maintains IEC’s safety information and education programs, including the SPARK program, and provides liaison support with OSHA and other safety-related organizations.