IEC Columbus and Savannah Apprenticeship Programs Launched in 2018
IEC Georgia Chapter starts 2018 by doing what IEC does, training your workers! Two classes began in January, Columbus on January 29th and Savannah on January 30th. Todd Hawkins, Associate Executive Director of Workforce Development traveled to provide orientation for the new apprentices..
Columbus’ apprenticeship program began with 18 first year students for Monday classes...
IEC 2018 Legislative Reception
Government Representatives and IEC Members Meet at the 2018 Legislative Reception
IEC Atlanta & Georgia chapters’ contractors and partners met for the annual legislative meeting at the Commerce Club, downtown Atlanta on January 10th. The reception was from 4:30p to 7:30p, there IEC members were able to meet with high ranking officials in the government....
Members Hit the Mark at the 14th Annual Clay Shoot
IEC Atlanta Chapter held its 14th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot Friday, November 17th at the Cherokee Rose Gun Club in Griffin, Georgia. It was a beautiful day for 13 teams and 52 shooters to compete. Shooters completed a total of 20 stations in search of the best shot.
First Place went to the Lade Danlar...
2/23 Echols County High School, 7:30a - 11:30a
2/28 Electrical Mix and Mingle, 3:30p - 6:30p Career Fairs
Columbus, GA June 12th, 10am
Augusta, GA July 17th, 10am
Savannah, GA July 18th, 10am
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