About Us


The Program operation is overseen by a six member Board of Trustees and Training Committee Members from within the Industry who themselves are craft members of the electrical trade. They are Representatives, Owners or Officers of Electrical Contracting Companies and/or Representatives of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 760. The Members that oversee the operation of this program have a combined 200 plus years working in the Electrical Construction Industry.

The Trustee/Committee Members contribute time and energy to oversee the operation of the program without compensation and are dedicated to selecting and training the best applicants.

The IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) and the NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association) believe Contractors and their partners should invest in the necessary training of future craft workers.

ETAK currently invests over $5,000 per year in training each Apprentice to the highest level. Unlike other education and training programs, we take zero dollars from taxpayers and/or the community. Our Apprentices immediately become productive members of the community and society. They earn while they learn the trade. They contribute by paying taxes and supporting their local economy.