IEC Apprentices will receive 28 and 32 credit hours, respectively, from Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana for two customized degree pathways; the Building Construction Management Pathway and the Building Construction Technology Pathway.
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A professional will initially connect to your organization because it aligns with the industry where they are employed or do business. They will have a transaction when they find a product, program, service, or experience that presents a solution to their specific problem. They may even join – whether for a discount or from the recommendation of a colleague. Most often, associations want the stakeholders to take the next step – and belong.
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The Mid‐South IEC chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors, specifically their Four-Year Electrical Apprenticeship Program, has been recognized by the White House as a training program matching workers with the skills they need for the jobs of today.
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IEC is proud to announce the winners of the Seventh Annual IEC Apprentice Short Story Contest. The first place winner is Ryan Tedford of Encore Electric, a fourth-year apprentice at IEC Rocky Mountain.
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Congressman Scott Perry visited Central Pennsylvania IEC's apprentice class to talk about the value of learning a skill and how a hard-working attitude can boost a career.
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On November 20, the Independent Electrical Contractors’ (IEC) Chesapeake Chapter Executive Director Grant Shmelzer participated in an informal roundtable on veteran employment with U.S. Senate Democrats. The roundtable, which took place at the U.S. Capitol, brought legislators together with businesses and community groups to discuss the successes and challenges involved in ensuring our returning military personnel are gainfully employed.
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Spenser Villwock said he’s in Colorado on a “permanent honeymoon.” When he and his wife moved to Colorado to celebrate their honeymoon in 2007, they planned to stay for only a few months. “But we fell in love with Colorado, started our family here, and we’ll live here for the rest of our lives,” Villwock said. Villwock is the CEO of Denver-based Independent Electrical Contractors–Rocky Mountain (IECRM), a nonprofit electrical trade association that oversees about 200 member businesses and contractors in the energy and electrical industries across northern Colorado and Wyoming.
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