The Lansing Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (LEJATC) trains union apprentices and journeyman for the electrical construction industry. The LEJATC is a non-profit educational organization, training the members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 665. IBEW 665 and the National Electrical Contractors Association, Michigan Chapter, Lansing Division jointly chair the committee.
Better Safety. Better Wages. Better Benefits.
Benefits of the program:
There is no tuition, so union apprentices graduate debt-free.
Union apprentices earn a living wage while they attend class and work out in the field.
Union apprentices are closely supervised and mentored on job sites, resulting in safer, higher quality training.
Union apprentices get to learn the full range of skills needed in the electrical trade, from residential to commercial to industrial and more.
Upon graduation, union apprentices can immediately begin a career with great wages, healthcare, and retirement benefits.