Applications may be filled out online
All notices for tests, interviews and orientation will be sent through the mail. Applicants are responsible for maintaining a current address and telephone number with this office. Upon failure to reach an applicant due to an incorrect address or telephone number, the Tri-City JATC reserves the right to remove an applicant from the active files. The Tri-City JATC will not be responsible for any documentation not recieved. It is your responsibility to check with this office to make sure all documents have been sent and recieved.
The electrical apprenticeship is a (5) year program which includes on-the-job training and mandatory school attendance. Due to lack of public transportation to most job sites and school, apprentices must have unlimited access to transportation.
This program is registered with the New York State Department of Labor, the National Bureau of Apprentice Training and the National Joint Electrical Apprenticeship and Training Committee.
After completing the five year program of study and having achieved Journeyman status, you are eligible to receive up to 55 semester hours of college credit, as recommended by the American Council on Education.
All qualified applications will be accepted regardless of age, race, sex, religion or national origin. This program and it's employers comply with all EEO and affirmative action requirements and regulations.