IBEW Local Union 72 - Waco, Texas

 

 

Apprenticeship Information

Apprenticeship training is a combination of classroom work and on-the-job training. They take the knowledge learned in the classroom and apply it to jobsite situations. All of this is done under the supervision of skilled journeyman electricians and instructors. The classroom work is part-time, and the on-the-job training is full-time work.

The apprentice program is a five-year program, and their training is free. The only cost to the apprentice is their schoolbooks, which they keep.

We are accepting applications throughout the year! The hall is open M-F from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

How to Become an Inside Wireman Apprentice

What you need to bring with you to apply:

1. Birth Certificate

2. Valid Texas Drivers License

3. High School Transcript or GED Transcript

4. Proof of Being Registered for Selective Service (if you are between ages of 18-25) or copy of Discharge Papers

 

Benefits of Becoming an Inside Wireman

1. Earn while you learn

2. A career with a future

3. Excellent wage rate

4. State-of-art training

5. Advancement opportunities

6. Paid health insurance

7. Guaranteed pension benefits

8. Safer working conditions

9. Pride and dignity


If you would like more information about becoming an inside wireman apprentice, please use our Contact Form or call during normal business hours.


Trust Fund Information for
Jeffrey Thaemert

Donations for the family can be made to:
  • Community Bank & Trust
  • FBO-Thaemert Family
  • PO Box 2303
  • Waco, Texas 76703
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