Alaska Joint Electrical Apprenticeship and Training Trust
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. AKST
internship/apprenticeship Roles & responsibilities
All classifications include on-the-job training and classroom instruction. While on the job, apprentices are paid a percentage of Journeyworker scale, depending on how many hours they have worked in the program. The percentage increases as the apprentice progresses through the program. Once an apprentice completed the program, he or she becomes a journey-level worker with experience working for local employers.
Eligibility & position requirements
Veterans who were honorably discharged within 5 years of application date: Must complete an application, pay the $25 application fee, and provide a DD-214 to qualify for interview.
All other applicants:
number of positions available
Earn and learn! Our apprenticeships combine paid on-the-job training with classroom instruction to produce Alaska's most qualified commercial electricians, power linemen, telecommunications workers, and line-clearance tree trimmers. Receive regular raises and benefits as you progress toward journey-level competency in your field. You’ll work in many different locations for any of our 50+ partner employers, receiving a broad range of experience. And you’ll complete our apprenticeship as a qualified journey-level worker with valuable skills and connections with Alaskan employers.