Videos

A class listing and expectation explanation during Year 2 of the apprenticeship program.

  • Year 5 Curriculum Overview

    A class listing and expectation explanation during Year 5 of the apprenticeship program

  • Year 4 Curriculum Overview

    A class listing and expectation explanation during Year 4 of the apprenticeship program.

  • Year 3 Curriculum Overview

    A class listing and expectation explanation during Year 3 of the apprenticeship program.

  • Year 2 Curriculum Overview

    A class listing and expectation explanation during Year 2 of the apprenticeship program.

  • Year 1 Curriculum Overview

    A class listing and expectation explanation during Year 1 of the apprenticeship program.

  • Curriculum Overview

    A short introduction to what students learn and also what’s expected of them while a part of the Greater Boston Electrical Apprenticeship Program.

  • Apprentice Profile – Ian Rymszewicz

    A bit older than the ‘average age’ for an apprentice, Ian saw early on in the program what it meant to be a part of something bigger than yourself; a true brotherhood exists at Local 103 IBEW and in the Greater Boston JATC apprenticeship program.

  • Apprentice Profile – Steve Cabral

    Coming from a ‘union family’, Steve was treading water until he found what it meant to like what you do and be good at it as well in the union electrical apprenticeship program.

  • Apprentice Profile – Anthony Ciacera

    Changing oil in a garage wasn’t Anthony’s idea of a stable career for him or his growing family.

  • Apprentice Profile – Jordan Musto

    Jordan was a plumbers assistant – a job but not a career. Local 103 IBEW and the Greater Boston JATC provides that for him now.

  • Apprentice Profile – Meghan Walsh

    Meghan was a graduate of Shawsheen Valley Vo-Tec and came into the union with a clear path to a successful future – something which at her age, is very rare.

  • Apprentice Profile – Clarence Bates

    Clarence was a golf course grounds worker unhappy with the seasonal nature of his job and lack of security and future it offered. He found Local 103 IBEW and the Greater Boston JATC and considers it to be a blessing.