Applying to the Mid-Oregon IEC’s Apprenticeship Program is simple, and we’re here to help.
We can’t wait to hear from our prospective Apprentices! Our application process is simple, with sections comprising basic information, educational history, additional information, and three references. The Mid-Oregon IEC utilizes a points system to determine placement, which uses grades and/or scores to place applicants at the right level for their needs. A full list of classes can be found on our Application Process information sheet. Applicants will be asked to submit all qualifying documentation before the close of application date in order for it to be considered; however, supplemental documents can be provided at any time.
When filling out the Apprenticeship Program Application, you will be required to show proof of:
Applying for an Apprenticeship? We’re here for you every step of the way! As an electrical apprentice with the Mid-Oregon chapter of IEC, you’ll be earning a great wage while receiving unparalleled, hands-on training. No matter where you are in your apprenticeship journey, we are ready to provide you with the necessary information and resources you need to succeed–whether that means answering questions about the program, putting you in touch with current apprentices or program alumni, or assisting with paperwork. Don’t hesitate to reach out with questions, concerns, or to receive more information.
Submit your IEC Mid Oregon Chapter Application using the link at the bottom of the page.
The more documentation you submit to us, the more points you will receive.
The selection process begins once you submit all of your necessary paperwork. You will be placed in a ranking system and your position in the ranking varies based on the qualifications that you have.
i. Provide equal opportunity in the recruitment, selection, employment and training of apprentices without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, age (where the individual is 18 years of age or older), and
ii. Provide a workplace and training site free from harassment. The Committee will uniformly apply rules and regulations concerning, but not limited to, equality of wages, periodic advancement, promotion, job performance, rotation among all work processes of the trade/occupation, assignment of work, imposition of penalties or other disciplinary matters and all other aspects of the administrations of an apprenticeship program to all apprentices during their apprenticeship according to the United States Code of Federal Regulations and Oregon State Law.
Follow the link below to submit your application today!