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Ithaca JATC Electrical Training Center

The Ithaca JATC provides Electrical Contractors in the Ithaca New York area with skilled and knowledgeable Electricians (Inside Wireman). 

Why choose Ithaca JATC?
  • Skilled and Knowledgeable Electricians
  • Most Up-to-date Electrical Practices
  • Thousands Come Through Our Training Facility
  • A Model Education Partnership
  • Highly Specialized, Best Trained Electricians
  • "Earn as you learn", On-The-Job Training
  • Electricians Trained by Highly Qualified Professionals
Ithaca JATC Electrical Training Center

Ithaca Electricians JATC

2016 Graduates (L-R): Peter Johnson, Darin Fergus. Nick Kaminski

Ithaca Electricians JATC

Outstanding Apprentices 2015-2016
(L-R): Peter Johnson, Gerald Minster, Cameron Hartnett

 

 

 

 

NOTICE:
Effective Jan 18, 2017, Jake Benninger has retired as the Training Director for the Ithaca Electricians JATC. All of Jake’s hard work and dedication over the last 40 years is deeply appreciated. Heather Mulks is the new contact for this position.

 

 



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Why choose Ithaca JATC?

APPRENTICESHIP
Online Application

Want a New Career?

Process for becoming an Apprentice -

1. Review the webpage information, there is a lot of pertinent information for you to look at
2. If you are interested in applying to the apprenticeship program, fill out an HOW TO APPLY online application
3. Submit updated resume
4. Submit three reference letters, not just the names of potential references
5. Submit academic and military transcripts
6. If you are a veteran, register with the Helmets to Hardhats program

The resume and reference letters can be emailed to TrainingDirector@ithacajatc.com or mailed / delivered to 134 Cecil A Malone Drive, ATTN: Heather Mulks; phone: (607) 342-8267. NOTE: The transcripts should be mailed or delivered (not emailed).

When you have competed all the steps listed, and if you meet the minimum requirements, you will be scheduled to take an aptitude test at our Training Center.