The Greater Boston Joint Apprentice Training Center

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About The Greater Boston Joint Apprentice Training Center


The Greater Boston Joint Apprentice Training Center

Motto: Apprenticeship system enabling you to receive full-time pay while gaining the experience and skills necessary to succeed as an electrician or technician.

The Greater Boston JATC Training Program offers the following apprenticeships, both designed to shape apprentices into well-rounded electricians or technicians, expert in the complete scope of their chosen field:


Five-year Electrical Apprenticeship Program

Five-year Telecommunications Program

The Greater Boston Joint Apprentice Training Center's Accomplishments

One of the highest-rated and most prestigious apprenticeship programs in the country, the Boston Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) Training Program was created jointly by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 103, and the Greater Boston Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) with one goal — to produce the most highly skilled and professional electricians and technicians in the industry.


For over 100 years, Boston NECA and IBEW Local 103 have worked together to achieve better wages, benefits, and working conditions for its members. Today, IBEW Local 103 and Boston NECA represent approximately 200 major electrical contracting firms employing over 5,000 workers in the Greater Boston area. The Greater Boston JATC is currently training more than 600 apprentices in its five-year Electrical Construction Program, and more than 100 apprentices in its five-year Telecommunications Program.

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