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Student Chapters

The purpose of a NECA student chapter is to encourage students to pursue a career in the electrical contracting industry. Any college or university that currently has a construction management or related program and that encourages students to pursue a career in the electrical contracting industry is eligible to apply for affiliation as a NECA Student Chapter. NECA’s goal is to establish and nurture successful, productive NECA Student Chapters.

Benefits of NECA Student Chapter Involvement:

Electrical construction offers a solid, rewarding career path. To help build interest in the electrical construction industry, NECA, NECA Chapters and ELECTRI International work closely together on the Talent Initiative with educational institutions to attract the best and brightest to the industry from among college Construction Management students and graduates.

  • Interaction with local NECA contractors
  • Field trips to jobsites and contractor headquarters to give students’ real-world, real-time exposure to the industry
  • Grants awarded by ELECTRI International
  • Opportunities to participate in an annual national student competition and win a cash award for the sponsoring institution
  • Student and faculty participation at NECA’s Annual Convention
  • Expand your horizons through participation in the student service projects organized in conjunction with ELECTRI International Cross-Border meetings.
  • For Chapters
  • For Universities
  • Forms

Establish a Student Chapter

NECA works with many Colleges & Universities to provide resources for students looking to become more involved with our membership and industry partners.

Find a Student Chapter