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    The Tulsa Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) is accepting applications for the apprenticeship program for the school year starting in September 2017. Applications will be accepted on Mondays from 8:00am to 5:00p. Below is a list of requirements and items you will need to bring.

    A) Must be 18 years old to apply

    B) Must be at least a high school graduate, have a GED, or have a two-year associates degree or higher and possess a certified copy of your transcript. It must show that you have taken and passed 1 year of Algebra I. If you do not have a passing grade, a Tech Math course can be taken through the JATC as an equivalent.

    C) A Valid Drivers License 

    D) Veterans wishing to receive consideration for previous military training/ experience must submit a DD-214 for verification

    E) A $11.00 check or money order for the application fee

    Individuals who can verify (proper documentation is required) that they have worked a minimum of 4,000 hours specifically in the electrical construction trade; do not need to meet the requirement of section (b)

    Applications will be accepted at

    Tulsa JATC 1120 N Iroquois Ave Tulsa, OK 74106

    For questions call 918-592-2929

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    This is the IBEW Local Union 584 Information line

    Tuesday Sept 18 2018 5PM Update

    There are 24 JW’s on Book I, 14 JW’s on Book II

    The calls for Wednesday Sept 19:

    2 JW Regular Calls working for ECA in Muskogee.
    Drug Test, Background Check, Steel Toe Boots, and Valid Driver’s License. Report to job after dispatch. This job is not biddable.

    1 JW Regular Call for OESCO working at the Refinery.
    OK State License, Drug Test, Background Check, Steel Toe Boots, Valid Driver’s License, OSHA 10, NO BEARDS, possible OT. This job is biddable.

    2 JW Regular Calls working for OESCO at the Sapulpa Glass Plant.
    OK State License, Drug Test, Background Check, Steel Toe Boots, Valid Driver’s License, OSHA 10. Report to shop after dispatch, start work 9/24. Must have long sleeve cotton shirt. Currently working 6-10’s. This job is biddable

    1 JW Regular Call for Brent Electric working at the Oneta Powerhouse. Ok State License, Drug Test, Background Check, Steel Toe Boots, Valid Driver’s License, OSHA 10. Report to shop after dispatch, start work 9/24. This job is biddable.

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