How do you become a master electrician? Start with the best training available. Serving an apprenticeship with Local 102 is an investment in your future. A 5 year program of learning that provides you with a minimum of 900 hours of classroom instruction. Couple that with a minimum of 8,000 hours of on-the-job training and you have a recipe for a successful future.
Competitive wages, state of the art training, earn while you learn, health care and pension benefits. We provide the foundation for not just a job – an apprenticeship at Local 102 is the road to a career! At the end of our program you are well versed in all aspects of the electrical industry but your education doesn’t stop there. Continuing education opportunities are available at our training center and through our training partners at NJIT and Union County College. Please follow the links below to find out more about our programs and our application process.