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Tuesday, October 20, 2020   WECA San Diego Moves; Now Co-Located w/ Associated General Contractors of San Diego

WECA has been successfully co-located with Associated General Contractors San Diego (AGCSD) at their Riverside Training Facility for the past decade, and the partnership has proven beneficial to our members, apprentices, and students alike. When AGC approached WECA’s Board of Directors with a proposal that WECA move to share their facility space in San Diego as well (their newly-built headquarters in San Diego opens this year), the win-win was evident.

Terry Seabury, CEO of WECA, explains “We’ve been outgrowing our previous San Diego training facility at 9320 Hazard Way, which we established back in 2002, due to the significantly increased number of Apprentices, Electrician Trainees and Journeyperson continuing education students taking classes from us in San Diego in the intervening years.  When AGC San Diego leadership invited us to consider sharing space in either their new location, or their existing Ferris Square location, we were excited to explore our options. We ultimately chose a large portion of the Ferris Square location as the best suited for our San Diego training facility expansion. Our Board of Directors and Apprenticeship and Training Trustees were happy to expand our co-location agreements with such a great organization—especially one like AGCSD which shares our commitment and passion for providing member services that help our contractor members to be successful in their businesses, as well as providing to them the most well-trained industry employees in the state.”

“Our partnership with WECA will enhance training for craft workers in each Apprenticeship program, and expand other benefits for members of either Association.  Working together, AGC and WECA have the unique opportunity to have 10 different craft trades train in close coordination— a scenario much closer to real-world job conditions than stand-alone training. WECAs track record in apprenticeship curriculum development and AGCs long history of continuing education complement one another to provide exceptional training at all stages of construction careers,” says Eddie Sprecco, CEO of AGC San Diego.

Bob Bartlett, WECA Director of Membership , adds that “WECA’s decision to co-locate with AGC San Diego is a strategic plus. With the new facility and lab space nearly doubling, WECA members can rest assured that the apprentices they enroll in the program will be excited to attend classes in a state-of-the-art training center. AGCSD has fun events and we are looking forward to co-sponsoring membership meetings which will give WECA’s electrical contractor members the opportunity to rub elbows with the Generals.  Quality space…Quality education…and Quality benefits…all coupled with a Quality Partnership can only lead to increased successes and opportunities for everyone involved.” 

From the training and curriculum perspective, the opportunities seem boundless. Don Black, Director of Apprenticeship Training, IT and Facilities, explains that “The move to Ferris Square really gives our instructors an opportunity to leverage the additional hands-on lab space in support of our curriculum and student success. The instructors are excited to have two large open lab spaces where they can spread out the lab activities to enhance the student experience. Additionally, the classroom spaces are comfortable and an excellent environment for learning.  Our new location will serve WECA and our students for many years to come.” Tom Thompson, WECA Curriculum Development Manager, adds that “Our Low Voltage program in San Diego will benefit quickly from the expanded space, as the curriculum team is excited to further develop the hands-on labs on our current low voltage systems competencies, and also build new competencies around the addition of “data rooms” (not only in San Diego, but also in Rancho Cordova) that will very closely simulate what students will be installing on a real job site!” WECA’s GetWired! Electrician Trainee Certificate Program is likewise excited over the expanded lab space. Michelle Gilkey, Director of Marketing, Learning and Product for WECA, explains that “We are continuously finding ways to accommodate the ever-growing number of trainees we serve with our GetWired! hybrid online program, and this additional space will allow us to run more concurrent Saturday labs than ever before in San Diego.”

You can now find WECA’s San Diego training facility at 6212 Ferris Square, San Diego, CA 92121. When in-person classes resume, apprentices, trainees, and journeyperson continuing education students will all be able to enjoy learning in these new and expanded facilities.

WECA is grateful for this opportunity to train alongside AGC in San Diego, and looks forward to many years of working side-by-side to train the future workforce. 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020   Congratulations to the WECA Graduating Class of 2020!

Grad Week Spotlights: Meet Northern California Commercial Electrical Apprenticeship Valedictorian Adam Weiper, Southern California Commercial Electrical Apprenticeship Valedictorian Michael Finner, and Southern California Electrician Trainee Graduate Nathan Price


WECA Northern California Commercial Electrical Apprenticeship
Valedictorian Adam Weiper (left) and WECA Southern California Commercial Electrical Apprenticeship Valedictorian Michael Finner (right)
At WECA, we’re proud of being a pivotal part of graduates’ lives. It’s an honor to work with our Member Contractors to provide students with exemplary in-the-classroom education and on-the-job training to succeed and forge careers.
That’s why when we hear stories like Adam Weiper’s (2020 Northern California Commercial Electrical Apprenticeship Valedictorian), Michael Finner’s (2020 Southern California Commercial Electrical Apprenticeship Valedictorian) and Nathan Price’s (2020 Southern California Electrician Trainee program graduate), we are humbled to have helped change students’ lives and provide them with an education and life experience that’ll stay with them long after they have walked our halls.

We are always proud of our graduates, but especially so in an unprecedented year like 2020. You did not let this year define nor mar the end of your educational experience, and you did not let this year define or radically alter your chosen industry. Instead, you rose to the occasion and met any challenge head-on, as always. You are the backbone of your communities, and power California with your hard work, determination, and tenacity. Graduates like you make the construction and electrical industries especially resilient. We salute you and look forward to your collective future endeavors. Congratulations!

But before you go, take a moment to read inspiring sentiments and musings from some of your fellow graduates—2020 Northern California Apprenticeship graduate and Valedictorian Adam Weiper, 2020 Southern California Apprenticeship graduate and Valedictorian Michael Finner, and 2020 Southern California Electrician Trainee graduate Nathan Price.
Adam Weiper

Adam Weiper, 2020 Northern California Commercial Apprenticeship graduate and Valedictorian, started out as an Electrician Trainee with Reyff Electric, Inc. in 2013. But owner Ray Reyff quickly realized Weiper’s potential and began sponsoring Weiper’s Commercial Electrical Apprenticeship. And the rest is history—Weiper has been with Reyff ever since—an experience he says “has allowed me to grow exponentially and gain more knowledge.”

And with WECA, Weiper says that although the experience was “sometimes difficult and overwhelming,” instructors always helped Weiper and his fellow students grasp and understand concepts no matter what—even if it meant staying after hours to help—something that Weiper doesn’t take for granted.

“WECA gave me the tools and knowledge to be able to succeed on the jobsite. I was truly blessed to be around not only great instructors, but also great mentors, which set me up for success and set me on a path to train future generations with the same enthusiasm. We watched you all [instructors] grow with us…Zack, you always showed respect to each student and truly cared that we succeeded. Jimmie, you are a wealth of knowledge and you always allow yourself to be open to questions and phone calls—to this day, you still answer questions from former students, because you love sharing that knowledge and helping everyone succeed. And LaKeal, you excelled at keeping the class engaged even through some less than exciting but necessary things—a commendable feat,” says Weiper.

Looking back, Weiper wants current and future students alike to know that “your path may be close to being finished, or perhaps it is just beginning. You have all made the decision to dedicate years to gaining as much knowledge as you can. Use this time to ask questions, and for help if a problem arises. You control your success in the program, which will set you up for success in your career as you continue to learn.”

Now that he has graduated, Weiper says his future is “open to so many possibilities.” He plans to continue working for Reyff Electric “because it has been nothing but positive growth over the years, and Ray’s commitment and investment into me was not a waste by any stretch of the imagination.”
Michael Finner

After leaving the military in 2013 with “no exit plan and no college education”, Finner decided to use some of his GI Bill to attend an Electrician Trainee program and get his foot in the door. Finner initially attended Wyotech in Fremont, CA and got a year of job experience under his belt, which enabled him to be hired by Bergelectric—whom he still works for today—and indentured into his Commercial Apprenticeship with WECA in 2015.

“Everything began to fall into place then,” says Finner. “Wyotech used the same books as WECA, but WECA was superior in explaining the material we covered in class, and the labs were more organized and challenging.” Finner continues, stating that “completing my education through WECA has opened up a lot of doors for me. I’m not just an electrician…I am also a certified journeyman that has completed a state-approved apprenticeship program”.

“The last five years gave me the opportunity to work with many different types of materials and tools, and with lots of different people,” says Finner. “Knowing how to work with difficult people is sometimes as important as knowing your trade”.

Finner says that “my wife and children [contributed to my success at WECA and in my career]…I struggled a lot during my Apprenticeship with whether or not I wanted to continue with the program. Every time I prayed about it or discussed it with my family and friends, the answer remained the same, so I was on the right path.”

And Finner says to current and future students: “If you chose this Apprenticeship over a college education, you made a wise decision. You will seriously doubt it at times, but if you can grind it out and finish the Apprenticeship, you’ll have an education and a skillset you can take anywhere in the world. If they [do end up] wanting a college education, they will be able to afford it after completing the Apprenticeship without going into massive amounts of student loan debt.”

Finner continued, thanking Maria (his wife) “for believing in me when I didn’t believe in myself”, “Mr. Ranger Rick, thanks for everything you taught us…and for the donuts”, and “Dom, Jon, Devon, and Sean for making me work harder. Without you guys, I don’t know that I’d be in this spotlight”.
Nathan Price

Nathan Price began WECA’s Electrician Trainee program in 2014—but his path was slightly different than that of other Electrician Trainees in that he has not ever worked for a WECA Member Contractor, since there are are't many close to where he lives, in Orange County.

But Price—like most other Electrician Trainees—financed a significant portion of his education by convincing his non-WECA Member Contractor employer to pay for some of his program! After achieving this, Price’s progress in the Electrician Trainee program accelerated, and he also took self-paced courses online during this time to increase his knowledge of electronics and the burgeoning solar energy industry.

“WECA has changed my life,” says Price. “It’s allowed me to become self-sufficient, have a skill that is and will always be in high demand, purchase my first home, and aspire to a bright future”. 

Price continued, saying that “WECA prepared me for my career by giving me a thorough understanding of electrical fundamentals, trade practices, electrical code, troubleshooting, and general skills. And [I give a shout-out to instructors] Jimmie Slemp, Andre Lewis, Tom Thompson and Talon Pobuda for really going out of their way to encourage students and make sure that students understand the principles that are being taught”.

And what a career he’s enjoyed so far. Throughout Price’s career so far—one year in residential electrical, three and a half years in commercial electrical, and one and a half years in the industrial and research side of the electrical industry, he’s participated in the development of a neutron therapy machine for cancer, a large-scale fusion reactor, and some small-scale electric vehicle research—all of which require extensive knowledge of controls, instrumentation, and voltages. Currently, Price is working on an installation in China where he supervises and inspects the work of local electricians to ensure the quality, reliability, safety, and troubleshooting of the electrical systems on the first neutron therapy machine to be installed in a hospital.

Price says that he wouldn’t have gotten to where he is without his on-the-job training—which taught him how to be a good electrician, run a business, and other invaluable life lessons—nor without his dedication to consistent quality and hard work, which also helped him to succeed at WECA.

“Being dedicated to my studies and wanting to learn anything I can while at work, and asking questions and not shying away from extra work [helped me excel],” says Price.

Price implores future and current students to take their education seriously, study, and be devoted to their work.

“Do the best work you can, and pay attention to the details,” says Price.

And even though Price has graduated from WECA and secured work on interesting and innovative projects both stateside and abroad, he’s still committed to continuing his education and continuing to further expand his knowledge. 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020   But That's Not All--Check Out Grad Video, Program, & Messages from Contractors & Industry Partners!

Congratulations to the WECA Class of 2020! It's been quite the ride to get here, but well worth it, so let's celebrate the culmination of your hard work and dedication!

WECA has put together a celebratory video showcasing our Class of 2020 graduates and their accomplishments over the course of their Apprenticeships and Electrician Trainee programs. Click below to watch the graduation video, and keep your eyes peeled for your favorite grad, plus some shout-outs and words of appreciation from our Member Contractors and Industry Partners. We hope you have as much fun walking down memory lane as we did making this video!
WECA Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation
WECA Class of 2020 Graduation Video
And of course, we have this year's graduation program for the Class of 2020! Click below to get a digital preview, and grads, watch for your printed keepsake copy in your graduation gift boxes, arriving soon on your doorsteps!

WECA Class of 2020 Graduation Program
What's more--we've also got some goodies for everyone on WECA's social media channels this week, too! Read below to see what to stay tuned for, and be sure to share our handles with your family and friends so they can also celebrate our graduates' accomplishments virtually.

Watch WECA's Social Media Channels all week for special features such as shout-outs from our Member Contractors to their graduates; video features; spotlight articles on WECA Northern California Commercial Electrical Valedictorian Adam Weiper, Southern California Commercial Electrical Valedictorian Michael Finner, and Southern California Electrician Trainee Graduate Nathan Price; and a sneak peek at the graduate gift boxes our team is packing in our offices this week to ship off to each and every one of our graduates!

Follow along with the fun on any or all of our social media channels:
See what's happening on our social media:
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Watch for H & D Electric's Video Message of Congratulations later this week!
And last--but not least--WECA thanks our Industry Partners and generous donors who have long helped to build WECA's world-class learning labs in which our graduates hone their hands-on skills, and who go out of their way to make things extra special for our graduates every year. (That's a little hint at what's coming our grads' way in their gift boxes.)

Wednesday, September 30, 2020   Important Notice for Commercial Apprentices Regarding Open Enrollment and Anthem Blue Cross ID Cards

Attention WECA Commercial Apprentices: the open enrollment period has closed, and the Anthem Blue Cross ID cards have been mailed.

If you do not receive the ID card for your added dependents by October 9, 2020, please contact Cindy Cormier, WECA Insurance Administrator, at (916) 453-0112 ext. 117 or by email at ccormier@goweca.com

Wednesday, September 30, 2020   Thank You to the Generous Donors to the Western Electrical Contractors Education Foundation

Especially 2019-20 Lab Donation Scoreboard Winner Rex Moore Group--for Making Our Comprehensive, State-of-the-Art Education Possible

Plus--Kicking Off the 2020-21 WECEF Lab Donation Scoreboard!
Rex Moore Group takes first place on our 2019-20 Lab Donation Scoreboard with donations totaling $14,675! Thank you, Rex Moore Group!
We could not do what we do here at WECA without the help of our dedicated members, industry partners, and donors. Thank you to the individuals and companies that help make WECA's state-of-the-art labs and comprehensive, hands-on education the best in the State of California. 

WECA extends a huge thank you in particular to:
  • Rex Moore Group, Inc. (2019-20 WECEF Lab Donation Scoreboard Winner!)
  • Western Tube and Conduit
  • Milwaukee Tools
"We are truly appreciative of the companies who have donated supplies and equipment to WECEF this year. It's been a trying time for everyone, so every contribution makes a world of difference," said Jimmie Slemp, WECA's lead instructor and lab facilities manager. "We look forward to using these donations once it is safe for us to get back in the classrooms and labs, and continue to educate the next generation of California's premier electricians."
Stay tuned for the launch of our 2020-21 scoreboard--we're as eager as you are to see who will take an early lead!

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   Announcing NEW Self-Paced 24-Hr. General/Residential Electrician Certification Exam Prep Course

Study for the exam online, at your own pace, on your own time.

Are you gearing up to the take California General/Residential Certification exam? If so, consider WECA's new Self-Paced Online 24-Hour Exam Preparation Course as part of your preparation arsenal!

This course is for students who want to study for the California General or Residential Electrician certification exam online, at their own pace. Informative, interactive presentations help guide students through the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70). It is meant for individuals almost ready to take the exam. Much of the course is dedicated to sample testing similar to state exams. It focuses on practical research by the students to find the answers to code questions rather than instruction by lecture.

If you prefer to take an instructor-led online class instead, check out Live Online Two Day Exam Prep, running on subsequent Saturdays over Zoom every month.

If you are looking for a more extensive exam preparation course, consider GetWired 404, consisting of 42 instructor-led hours, all online.

But if you're saying "Yep, Online Self-Paced Exam Prep that I can take on my own time sounds like just the right course for me," read on!

Self-Paced Online 24-Hour General/Residential Exam Prep

Recommended Prerequisite for Electrician Trainees: Substantial completion of GET WIRED! Program.

Other Prerequisites: 8,000+ General OJT hours and substantial knowledge of electrical theory and the National Electric Code (NEC) or 4,800+ Residential OJT hours and substantial knowledge of electrical theory and the National Electric Code (NEC).

  • Subject indexing
  • Circuit calculations/ conductor sizing and Protection
  • Motor calculations
  • Grounding and Bonding
  • Raceway and Box fill calculations
  • Theory
  • Wiring methods and special equipment
  • Service sizing and clearances
  • General equipment and panelboards
  • Safety maintenance and repair.
  • Low Volt Communications and Fire systems
  • Test taking skills
Maximize your California General/Residential exam preparation today -- learn more and enroll in the course here.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   Online Delivery Plans for Session 4 (October-December 2020) In Response to COVID-19

GetWired labs to remain online through at least December 31, 2020

Please review the information below for changes to upcoming onsite lab scheduling and in-person classroom courses for WECA's Session 4 2020 (October-December), in response to the continued spread of COVID-19 in California. View Session 4 course catalog here.

The good news for Trainees and Journeyperson Continuing Education students enrolled in our programs is that most of our class delivery is already online. Online classes will continue to be delivered as scheduled with no interruption, including all evening GetWired classes. Alternate arrangements are offered for onsite lab days; please read below for details specific to your course.

The WECA Electrician Trainee and Journeyperson Continuing Education programs have cancelled all in-person classroom courses (such as Two Day Exam Prep and Basic Motor Controls) scheduled for the remainder of 2020.

For those students currently enrolled, or planning to enroll, in a GetWired class with a lab date through December 31, 2020:
  • Your lab will be conducted entirely online.
  • Your lab date will remain identical. Your lab time may shift from afternoon to morning, or vice versa. Please watch your email for further details.
  • WECA will send you confirmation of your login instructions for your online lab.
For those students interested in Classroom-based Two Day Exam Prep, these classes have been cancelled until further notice. However, our Live Online Two Day Exam Prep class is available for enrollment. It's the same curriculum; just delivered in an online classroom instead.
  • WECA has cancelled all classroom-based Two Day Exam Prep class instances until further notice.
  • WECA's Live Online Two Day Exam Prep is now available on a monthly basis. Scheduled over two subsequent Saturdays, a live instructor leads students through our popular Two Day Exam Prep course experience over Zoom in this 16 hour class.
  • You may prefer to take an upcoming GetWired 404 Test Prep instance. GetWired 404 is also entirely online and instructor-led, but delves even more deeply into preparation for the State certification exam over 42 hours.
  • WECA's new 24-Hour Self-Paced Online Exam Prep for the General or Residential Certification exams is an option, too, for students who want to study on their ow schedule.
For those students interested in Basic Motor Controls, these classes have been cancelled until further notice.
  • WECA has cancelled all classroom-based Basic Motor Controls classes through the end of 2020. 
  • You may take an alternate online course to fulfill this requirement towards your ET Program Certificate. Call WECA to discuss your options.
  • You can wait until WECA can resume offering the classroom Basic Motor Controls class and take it on a future date, but as of now, no dates are scheduled.
WECA has suspended sales of its DVD/Textbook-based home study courses. All online home study courses will remain available.

Certification Testing:
  • As of May 1, 2020, PSI has reopened several of its testing sites across California for limited testing. WECA has personally checked with PSI testing centers in both Sacramento and San Diego and each reports that they are currently open, practicing social distancing, and only allowing a certain amount of people in the building at a time. Keep in mind as you schedule your exam appointment that available windows may be limited, so if you're ready to take the exam, don't delay in securing your appointment. In addition, the State of California confirms that it is actively processing certification applications.
The situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve and WECA's delivery plans are subject to further modifications based upon subsequent guidance from authorities. We're glad to be able to deliver our regularly-scheduled online classes without interruption. Please follow WECA's communications closely and watch our website COVID-19 Advisory Page for further updates, as we will do our best to rapidly communicate any further changes to you. Thank you for your patience and solidarity as we all work together to minimize the impact of COVID-19 on our community.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   Commercial Apprentices--Your Anthem Health Plan Includes Free COVID-19 Testing through December 31

Content Courtesy of Anthem

Peace of mind is an important part of your health and well-being. We want you to feel secure knowing your Anthem health plan has you covered.

If you or anyone on your health plan needs testing for COVID-19, your benefits will cover the test and the care visit where the test takes place with no out-of-pocket costs. There is no end date for this extension of benefits right now.

If treatment for COVID-19 is necessary, your benefits will cover the care with no copays or cost sharing through December 31, 2020, from doctors, hospitals, and other health care professionals in your plan's network.

Your health is your most valuable asset. If you have questions about your benefits, please visit our website at anthem.com/ca or call us at the Member Services number on your ID card.

Find a COVID-19 Testing Center

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   What Do Electricians Work On and Study?

Electricians do--and learn--many cool things on the job.

As illustrated by Rick Labon, WECA Curriculum Development Lead and Senior Education Adviser:
This graphic shows the locations in a dwelling that require GFCI (Ground-fault Circuit Interrupter) and AFCI (Arc-fault Circuit Interrupter) protection based on the 2017 NEC.
This graphic shows the most common receptacle spacing requirements for kitchen SABC (Small Appliance Branch Circuits) and habitable areas in a dwelling based on the 2017 NEC.

Does this interest you? Have you been thinking of studying to become an electrician? It's an excellent career with a lot of projected growth. Read on to the next article to learn how to get started.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   Are You--or Someone You Know--Looking for an Lucrative, Rewarding, and Stable Career?

Become an Electrician Today with WECA's Apprenticeship or Electrician Trainee Programs

Are you--or someone you know--interested in becoming an electrician, but unsure of where or how to start? Well, you're in the right place. WECA offers two paths to becoming an electrician--our Apprenticeship program and our Electrician Trainee program. 

Both are stellar ways to kick off your career as an electrician, but differ slightly.

With WECA's Commercial, Residential, or Low Voltage Apprenticeship programs,
prospective Apprentices must first apply for--and be accepted into--the Apprenticeship program of their choice before beginning their education in the classroom with WECA's instructors and on-the-job with a WECA Member Contractor. Learn more about WECA's three Apprenticeship programs here.

However, with WECA's Electrician Trainee program, prospective Electrician Trainees can immediately start their journey toward becoming an electrician by enrolling in the program. Once enrolled, all Electrician Trainees have to do is begin their coursework online and go forward from there. Learn more about WECA's Electrician Trainee program here.

Apply for a WECA Apprenticeship today!

Apply for WECA's Electrician Trainee program today!

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   WECA's Student Referral Service: Connect with a Great Employer Today!

Are you a current WECA student or WECA grad that is currently out of work? Try our Student Referral Service today! 

This service is a conduit to introduce our current Electrician Trainees, Journeyman Continuing Education students, and WECA Grads to our Member Contractors. 

There is no charge to Student or Member to use our Student Referral Service. WECA's Student Referral Service provides additional customer service by having WECA staff provide hands-on referrals, taking some of that work off your plate.  

This is a free, no-obligation service. WECA's purpose in providing this service is to help our Member Contractors find the qualified workers they need. 

To sign up for the Student Referral Service, contact Trisha Hughes, Junior Client Services Specialist, at thughes@goweca.com or fill out the form on our website.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   Accommodations for WECA Students & Apprentices Affected by Wildfire Evacuations &/or Power Shutoffs

Our thoughts are with all those affected by the wildfires in California. Please note the following accommodations for those affected by wildfire evacuations, as well as those who miss a scheduled online class due to a public utility power shutoff. 

For Electrician Trainees, Journeyperson Continuing Education students, and General Students affected by wildfires and evacuation orders:
WECA will accommodate course make-up requests for currently-enrolled Electrician Trainees, Journeyperson continuing education students, and general students; or course transfers with associated course transfer fees waived; for those affected by wildfire evacuations. Please contact WECA at 877-444-9322 to get started.

For Electrician Trainees, Journeyperson Continuing Education students, and General Students affected by utility power shutoffs:

WECA will still be running all scheduled GetWired! webcasts, GetWired! online labs, Live Online 2-Day Exam Prep Classes, and all other instructor-led online class instances at this time. Students should plan to attend class as normal. 
Students who are unable to attend a scheduled webcast due to a power shutoff, and who cannot attend the class instance from an alternate remote location (which is encouraged), can contact WECA to arrange a class make-up or submit a make-up request through their eCampus class home page. WECA will cross-check the student's address with outage maps or otherwise request proof of the outage before accommodating the make-up.
Please watch your email closely for further updates from WECA; if the power shutdown maps are expanded, classes may be further affected.

For Apprentices affected by wildfires and evacuation orders or public utility power shutoffs:

If you are affected by a wildfire evacuation, or a public utility power shutoff causes you to miss part of an online apprenticeship class, please contact WECA at 877-444-9322 and we'll work with you to determine a resolution for your situation.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020   2020 Graduates--Don't Miss Out on Graduation Gifts from WECA!

Take a Moment to Make Sure You Have Your Current Mailing Address on File with Us

Graduation is just around the corner...and WECA is excited to commemorate your important milestone with a gift!

But to ensure that all of our graduates receive their gifts, we need to make sure that we have everyone's current mailing address on file. So when you have a moment, please login to your WECA account to see if the mailing address on file is up-to-date.

If your mailing address is not up-to-date, please update it in your account information, or email your current mailing address to Wendy Flanagan, Assistant Director of Apprenticeship, at wflanagan@goweca.com.

Thank you for your help, and we can't wait to celebrate your graduation with you soon!

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