Who can become a mentor?
- Journeylevel workers, active or retired who are in good standing with Local 48
- Apprentices who have completed the following term and are in good standing with Local 48 and with the training center
- Inside Electrician Apprenticeship: Term 6
- Limited Energy Apprenticeship: Term 4
- Limited Residential Apprenticeship: Term 2
What is involved with mentorship?
- You can mentor in two ways:
- Support Mentor -
- Support mentors are available for contact regarding job-site issues or questions
- Support mentors' contact information will be made available to apprentices along with their preferred method of contact (phone, text, e-mail) and preferred days/times of contact
- Teaching Mentor -
- Teaching mentors act as support mentors - and-
- Teaching mentors may identify one or more areas where they have expertise and are comfortable conducting small extra-curricular workshops
How much time is involved?
- After completing a brief on-line conference training, you will be on your way to mentoring newer members.
- Mentorship could be as simple as answering a few questions or concerns over the phone, or may lead to more in-depth involvement with your mentee's career.
- Mentors have complete control over how much time they devote to mentorship. Mentors may remove their name from the contact list at any time.
How do you get started?
- Fill in the form or contact