Train to be a top professional in the industry – and Earn While You Learn!
The Northeastern Apprenticeship and Training (NEAT) Program
IBEW Local 104 apprentices train in the Northeastern Apprenticeship and Training Program, or NEAT, which prepares apprentices for exciting, challenging and rewarding careers as outside Journeyman Linemen.
Local 104’s “membership development center” is located in Barrington N.H. on a 5-acre campus; all training is going to be done at this facility. Visit our training yard.
Get Paid to Get Educated …
NEAT will help you learn a valuable trade from highly experienced and skilled Journeyman instructors – and the union outside lineman industry pays you to be part of its training program and get the education you need to become an outside Journeyman Lineman.
… in a Top-of-the-Line School
NEAT operates nine modern training centers throughout the northeast corridor of the United States, with headquarters in Douglassville, Pennsylvania. All together, NEAT services Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
The training facilities, including Local 104’s Barrington location, feature on-site classrooms and laboratories, and indoor and outdoor pole-climbing yards.
College credit is available to graduates of the apprenticeship program, who can receive 28 semester hours of college credit through the American Council on Education that can be applied toward continued college education.
For more information, visit NEAT.
For more information on joining IBEW Local 104