We are so excited about your interest in our program! Please print this application and bring it to your school's Career Development Coordinator (CDC)
The demand for Electric Line Workers is at an all-time high in the Carolinas. The Johnston County Lineworker Pre-Apprenticeship program has been created to develop the dynamic talent needed right here in Johnston County to support our electric utilities.
This program is a registered pre-apprenticeship with ApprenticeshipNC that teaches the basics of Electric Line Work, over ten eight-hour Saturday sessions between October 2020 and May 2021.
Students who complete the program will receive pre-apprenticeship credit through Apprenticeship NC. Pre-apprenticeship hours can be applied to a registered Apprenticeship program through a future employer.
Scholarship and grant opportunities may be available for students who enroll in an Electric Line Worker Certification program through an NC Community College such the Nash Community College Electric Line Construction program following high school.
Through the instruction, students will also receive OSHA-10, CPR and, First Aid certifications.
Students who complete the program will be considered for a limited number of paid summer internships with one of the Public Power Electric Utilities in Johnston County and can go on to further their education through a North Carolina community college program.
Mission: The Lineworker Pre-Apprenticeship is a program to assist emerging youth in their efforts to prepare for a career as an Electric Lineworker.
Must be a high school senior during the 2020-2021 school year
Must be 18 by June 1, 2021 to participate in summer work opportunity
Must attend high school in Johnston County (public, charter, private, or homeschool)
Must participate in all sessions if selected
Must submit application to school Career Development Coordinator (CDC) by October 3, 2020