The National Electrical Contractors Association has apprenticeship programs in schools across the United States, and Hartford Community College and Caspar College are two college providers of electrician apprenticeship programs. Each school or organization has a website with program and admissions information, as well as contact pages for questions about the programs.
As of 2015, the National Electrical Contractors Association has 300 joint training programs within the United States, and these programs provide both an education in the field as well as pay. The NECA website has a link for interested individuals to locate a program at a school near them.
Hartford Community College's Electrical Apprenticeship program is part of its continuing education division. Eligibility requirements include a high school diploma or GED and transportation. The class is available during the evening hours.
The Wyoming Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Council at Casper College provides both classroom instruction and practical experience in training new electricians. The classes are Electric I to X, and are available every year. The State of Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety administers a final exam. The school also offers an independent electrical apprenticeship program that models itself on State of Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety standards