To inspire the next generation of IBEW workers to become active in their local union and community, to mentor other young workers, and to recruit new members. It is the initiative’s intent to accomplish these goals by focusing on issues important to younger workers, providing education about the IBEW and the labor movement, and fostering relationships with members and local union leadership.
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) is the voice of the $130 billion industry responsible f or bringing electrical power, lighting, and communications to buildings and communities across the United States. – See more at: http://www.necanet.org/about-us/overview/overview#sthash.0kk2UAt6.dpuf
Electrical contractors perform specialized construction work related to the design, installation, and maintenance of electrical systems. Whether high-voltage power transmission or low-volta ge lighting, electrical contractors ensure these systems work in a safe, effective, and environmentally-sound manner.
NECA represents electrical contractors from firms of all sizes performing a range of services. While most NECA contractors qualify as small businesses, many large, multinational companies are also members of the association.
NECA Programs and Services NECA is dedicated to enhancing the industry through innovative research, performance standards, progressive labor relations, and workforce recruiting and training. NECA offers the most comprehensive educational opportunities of any electrical association, as well as the industry’s premiere trade show and management training. NECA also publishes ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR magazine, the industry’s top source of information on electrical construction.