NWEJATC
  • Northwest Washington Electrical Industry JATC

       Northwest Washington Electrical Industry JATC

    306 Anderson Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

    Phone: 360-428-5080, email: applications@nwejatc.org

              

    Thank you very much for your interest in our program. 

    Currently, the Northwest Washington Electrical Industry JATC has postponed accepting requests for applications while we transfer to a new software program that will allow online applications.

    The JATC will still accept application requests under the following circumstances:

    1. Individuals that hold an 02 or 06 Journeyman license
    2. Transfers from another NECA/IBEW JATC
    3. Individuals who have 2000+ hours of verifiable electrical construction experience.

    If you meet one of the above criteria, please contact Theresa at applications@nwejatc.org for an application request form.

    The JATC Committee will reevaluate plans to accept applications in 2022.

    Sincerely,

    Rob Bartel

    Training Director

    Northwest Washington Electrical Industry J.A.T.C.

      
    Proudly serving our community for over 70 years.

    IBEW Local 191 fights for hard-working families. 
     
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    The Veteran’s Electrical Entry Program (VEEP) is designed by the electrical training ALLIANCE to fill two needs facing the United States currently. The first is providing transitioning service members, spouses, and recently separated veterans the ability to reenter the civilian workforce in a high demand field that offers excellent earning potential. This helps VEEP accomplish its second goal, providing high quality electricians to an industry facing a major shortage of skilled labor.

    VEEP understands that the transition to civilian life can be stressful. To help alleviate that, the program is provided at no cost to the participant and can be done while transitioning out of the military. Prior to attending VEEP, participants decide where in the United States they would like to live and work after completion of the program. The electrical training ALLIANCE then facilitates an agreement for direct entry of the candidate into the training center (JATC) that has jurisdiction in that location. Once an agreement has been made, the participant is approved to attend VEEP.

    Participation by active duty personnel also requires approval via the service mem bers’ chain of command and once enrolled, training is in lieu of daily duty requirements while still on active duty. The training must typically be started within the final 180 days of service, to take advantage of this aspect, check with your base Transistion Assistance team for details.

    Once approved, the training will take place locally at a participating JATC over the course of several weeks. After completion of VEEP, the participant receives direct entry into the apprenticeship program at the agreed upon location. Since all NECA/IBEW Apprenticeship programs are state & federally accredited, participants are eligible to collect their GI Bill benefits while working towards becoming journey-level worker in their field.

    https://in2veep.com/


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  • NWEJATC

    306 Anderson Rd
    Mount Vernon, WA 98273
    Phone: 360-428-5080
    Fax: 360-428-3374

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