Pennsylvania, or “the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” if you want to be formal about it, sits nestled in a corner of the Northeast between New York and Maryland. In terms of physical size, it only ranks 33rd, yet it comes in at 9th in terms of population. Many of those people live in the areas around the state’s two biggest cities, Philadelphia and Pittsburg – both cities well know for their passionate sports fan bases. You can’t drive anywhere without finding Steelers fans, and the Eagles just won the SuperBowl, driving the people of Philadelphia into a frenzy.
With a large, relatively dense population, big industrial cities, and cold winters, Pennsylvania has a large demand for electricity, and a large demand for those who know how to work with it. Pennsylvania demands electricians. The way to get started in this exciting and rewarding career is with a Pennsylvania electrician apprenticeship from Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC).
IEC provides a nationally recognized, 4 year Electrical Apprentice Program to develop qualified and productive electricians. The program consists of a combination of classroom training in state-of-the-art labs taught by highly qualified professional electrical instructors, and in-the-field, hands-on training. And it's all FREE! Rather than leaving school many thousands of dollars in debt (and not really knowing how to do anything), with an IEC apprenticeship, you leave school with no debt, money in your pocket, and ready to go to work as a professional electrician.
If you are ready to get started, contact your nearest Pennsylvania Independent Electrical Contractors chapter at the location below:
Central Pennsylvania Chapter IEC
8 Long Lane, Suite B
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17050
IEC of Northwest Pennsylvania
316 Cherry Street
Erie, Pennsylvania 16507
8751 Freestate Dr Ste 250
Laurel, Maryland 20723-5891
IEC Western Reserve Chapter
2007 South Ave.
Youngstown, Ohio 44502