Alaska Electrical Lineman Apprenticeship Program

Alaska

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Apprenticeship

Alaska Electrical Lineman Apprenticeship Program

Alaska Electrical Lineman Apprenticeship Program

2020 Program Cost:

N/A (Apprenticeship)

2020 Graduate Average Starting Wage:

$51,800

About

Alaska Electrical Lineman Apprenticeship Program

The Alaska Joint Electrical Apprenticeship and Training Trust is a joint partnership between The Alaska Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association and The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1547. The AJEATT is dedicated to producing Alaskas best trained and most qualified electrical workers. A beginning apprentice, depending on which classification he enters, will earn 50% of journeymans wage, as set in the current Agreement. With each progression of 1,000 hours of work experience behind you, a 5% wage increase will be issued.

2020 Enrollment

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46

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Housing Available?

No

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Boots/Tools Included?

No

Career Outlook:

Admission Qualifications 

Be 18 years of age at the time of your interview, Possess a valid AK Drivers License, Have a High School Diploma, GED Certificate or higher degree, Provide your high school transcripts, Have completed 2 semesters of Algebra 1 with a grade of C or better, Pay a $25.00 Application Fee

Interested in a challenging lineman challenge? With 16 percent of the countrys landmass and less than 0.3 percent of its population, Alaskas unique geography has driven development of its energy supply infrastructure power plants, power lines, natural gas pipelines, bulk fuel tank farms and related facilities. Alaska has more than 150 islanded, stand-alone electrical grids serving rural villages, and larger transmission grids in Southeast Alaska and the Railbelt.

Common Employer(s) from Program:

BBL Hydro, Alaska Electric Light & Power Co.

Completion Rate:

92%

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Employment Rate

95%

Possible Scholarships?

No

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Term Length:

8000 Hours

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Term Beginning Date(s):

Rolling Applications

Alaska Electrical Lineman Apprenticeship Program

State Name

About

Anchorage

This program has apprenticeships based out of Anchorage as well as out of Fairbanks. Alaska has more than 150 islanded, stand-alone electrical grids serving rural villages, and larger transmission grids in Southeast Alaska and the Railbelt. Enjoyable things to do in the area include checking out the Denalie National Park and Kenai Fjords National Park.

Anchorage

National Lineman Career data is provided from a combination of program information submissions, industry reports, NLC surveys, and other publicly available data. Program information may periodically need to be updated and we do not claim 100% annual accuracy.   

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