Electrician Apprenticeship – Oregon

Oregon is a remarkably geographically diverse state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The state features volcanoes, dense evergreen forests, deserts and many bodies of water. It is bordered on the West by the Pacific Ocean, on the North by the state of Washington, the East by Idaho, and on the South by California and Nevada. The agriculture, fishing and hydroelectric power industries drive much of the state’s economy, but the state also has a healthy technology sector and is home to Nike, the largest public corporation in the state.

There is a lot to like about the state of Oregon, and it is a popular location for those seeking a better life with plenty of outdoor activities and plenty of opportunities. Like any state experiencing healthy growth, the demand for electricity and those skilled in its maintenance will continue to grow. Given that, getting an electrical apprenticeship in Oregon is a GREAT way to start a successful and rewarding career. 

The easiest way to start your electrical career is with an Oregon electrician apprenticeship from Independent Electrical Contractors. Look at the list of locations below to find your nearest Oregon IEC training center. Your IEC electrical training will take place in a state-of-the-art lab taught by top experts in the electrical field. And you will be paid while you perform work in the field. Compare that to a traditional higher education where students typically graduate many thousands of dollars in debt. 

The first step is to contact Independent Electrical Contractors and learn more about getting started with an IEC apprenticeship.

Contact the Oregon IEC chapter below.

IEC of Oregon
11481 SW Hall Blvd, Ste 100
Tigard, OR 97223-8403
Ph: (503) 598-7789
Fax: (503) 598-1192
Email: cindy@iecoregon.org
Website

Mid-Oregon Chapter IEC
1907 Garden Avenue, Suite 207B
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Ph: (541) 344-6473
Fax: (541) 344-7590
Email: midoregon@aol.com
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With 50 locations across the United States, your local IEC Training Center offers all the tools you need to take the first steps towards your new career as an electrician.