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Professional Electricians, Watertown NY

Fund Office

New LU 910 Fund Site!

IBEW Local 910 Fund Office

The IBEW Local Union 910 Benefit Funds manage all Health & Welfare, Pension and Annuity benefits that the IBEW Local Union 910 members receive through collective bargaining with NNY Chapter of NECA.

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Looking for training?

IBEW Local 910 Training

The EJATC of Watertown provides Electrical Contractors in the Northern New York Region with skilled and knowledgeable Electricians. Here you can keep track of training classes, as they become available.

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Looking for a contractor?

IBEW Local 910 Contractors

The IBEW Local 910 supplies skilled labor to nearly 40 contractors in Northern New York. LU 910 represents approx. 500 hard-working men and women in Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Essex, Lewis, Clinton & Franklin counties.

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Looking to Resign?

IBEW Local 910 Referral

Local 910’s referral office is located at 25001 Water Street, Watertown, NY 13601. Our members can use our website to submit their online referral & resign. Referral is completed between the 10th and 16th monthly.

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Prospective Members

Looking to join our Local?

Become a Member of IBEW Local 910

Sign an authorization card to start the process of becoming a member of the IBEW. Signing the card means we want a union so we can negotiate a contract with our employer covering our wages, hours, and working conditions. It means we want a process where employees have a meaningful voice in the workplace and are no longer satisfied to leave important decisions up to management.

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Prospective Contractors

Looking to partner with Local 910?

IBEW Local 910 Prospective Contractors

IBEW Local 910 supplies skilled electricians to nearly 40 contractors in Northern NY.

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    Key Benefits ...

    trained & skilled electricians
    on-the-job & classroom training
    "Code of Excellence" program

Prospective Electricians

Looking to Become an Apprentice?

IBEW Local 910, Apprenticeship

There are three ways you can join IBEW Local Union 910.

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    Easy as 1, 2, 3 ...

    meet minimum qualifications OR ...
    sign an authorization card OR ...
    union body votes on membership

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IBEW Local 910 and NNY NECA
working together working for you.

We are professional electricians delivering quality workmanship, on time and on budget. Our Local serves the following New York State counties: Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Clinton, Franklin and Essex.
It is a primary goal of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 910, to enhance the quality of life of its members. Whether a member needs specific assistance or general information, chances are we can help.
Skill development, training, education, safety programs, pension investments and other important services can be tapped easily within our Local.
We have the best trained construction electricians in the electrical industry, offering a world class apprenticeship training program with a focus on skill, training, and being the best in the world. The Electrical Training Alliance is a nationally recognized program that produces highly qualified electricians. We’re proud our members are a part of the training program, and you can join too. Ask us how the IBEW apprenticeship program can help you begin a career in the electrical trade.
Further, ongoing classes throughout their careers ensure that our electricians know all of the latest technologies and can apply their skillset and knowledge on every job; residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural. 

Local Union 910 is located at 25001 Water Street, Watertown, NY 13601; or you may phone us at 315-782-5630. We also have an office in Plattsburgh (visit our Contact page for details).
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, IBEW Local Union 910

No job is too big, or too small!!

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Call on Local 910 in Watertown, NY for your next electrical project.

Congresswomen Stefanik visits EJATC -

On April 17th (2017) Congresswoman Elise Stefanik toured our Apprenticeship facilities in Watertown.  The EJATC had interviews and their monthly meeting that afternoon so the Congresswomen was able to meet our committee and talk about the challenges of recruiting the very best apprentice candidates. She then visited the 1st, 2nd and 4th year apprenticeship classes.  Each Instructor explained what the classes were covering and she interacted with several apprentices, having them explain what they were learning. 

Congresswomen Stefanik
Congresswomen Stefanik