Electrician Apprenticeship – Wyoming

Looking for somewhere to stretch your legs? Somewhere where you can stand on your porch and not see somebody drive by for hours? Somewhere where the air is clean and the sky is blue? Then you need to move to Wyoming!

Wyoming is the tenth largest state by area, but the least populated state in the United States, at just a little more than a half-million people total. Despite its size, look toward the horizon and you'll see a site that it shares with the rest of the country - power lines stretching across the state.

Where there are power lines, there are going to have to be professionals who know how to use that power for homes and businesses. There is always going to be a demand for qualified electricians. In fact, employment for electricians is expected to grow 14% over the next decade. If you would like to become a part of this in-demand field, and ply your trade in a state where you have incredible access to the great outdoors, then you should acquire a Wyoming electrician apprenticeship.

Contact your nearest chapter of IEC at the contact information below or via the contact form on this page.

IEC Rocky Mountain Chapter
11429 Pearl St
Northglenn, Colorado 80233
Phone: (303) 853-4886
Email: marilyn@iecrm.org
www.iecrm.org

Independent Electrical Contractors has supplied its chapters with over $5 million in cash and equipment since 2000 to train workers for the electrical industry. This allows each IEC chapter to provide top notch training from highly experienced electricians in state-of-the-art labs. And unlike traditional higher education, training with IEC is FREE. In fact, you GET PAID while you learn! Ready to learn more? Just fill out the short form below.

 
 

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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.