IEC membership is an investment in your company’s future. Apprentice training, leadership development, advice on running your business, and the support of a nationwide network of like-minded professionals are just a few of the benefits you will enjoy as an IEC member.
- Access to 3,000+ IEC Electrical Contractors
Network with like-minded professionals and collaborate on job referrals, workforce development, permitting, inspections, best practices, and more.
- A Robust Network of 52 chapters
Collaborate with fellow chapters on issues to raise the profile of the electrical profession in our communities.
- Leadership & Professional Development Opportunities
Chapters and their members serve on IEC National Committees and Advisory Groups.
- IEC Affiliation
Enhance your organization's credibility and impact through affiliation with your IEC Chapter. Gain access to resources, trends, and important opportunities.
- Advance the Industry
IEC National provides chapters with the advocacy leadership and resources they need to have their voices heard by legislators at the local and national levels, including research and access to public policy plans.
- Promote Your Events
IEC National will assist you to ensure that your events are successfully promoted to the chapter network.
- Recognition of your Work
Gain recognition for your amazing work through promotion in IEC National publications, at meetings and events, and through the IEC National Awards program.
Hear From Our Graduates
I thoroughly enjoy the program. It’s helped me advance my career."- Joseph Hamlin
I’m a first-year student and so far I’ve been loving it!"- Colton Burpo
Get paid while you learn. You’ll get on-the-job training with an IEC contractor during the day and attend classroom and hands-on instruction in the evening.
The IEC Apprenticeship Curriculum is recognized as one of the best teaching tools for electrical apprentices in the nation.
IEC’s program is recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship, making it an approved program with nationwide credentials.
When you finish your four-year training program, you’ll qualify for 46 college credits through the American Council on Education, making a college degree more affordable in less time.