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Local 325 is an organization run by the members and for the members. We are a union with a clear record of dedication to the basic principles of organized labor. We supply skilled electricians to contractors in five different counties, and the pride and workmanship is evident in every project we complete.
Here at Local 325 some of our main objectives include, settling disputes between employers and employees, assisting each other in sickness or distress, securing employment, securing adequate pay for our work, and seeking security for the individual. Our objectives allow peace of mind for our members (and their families).
The apprenticeship program here at Local 325 is a New York State five-year program. It includes on-the-job training, as well as hours of classroom/lab instruction in all aspects of the electrical trade. Upgraded courses in new codes and technologies are constantly being incorporated into the classrooms. Our members become well trained in all aspects of the electrical construction industry, which make them very desirable as employees.
Become A Member
If you are an experienced electrician and would like to know more about career development and other benefits of union membership, you are invited to contact us by mail, phone, fax or email.
If you are new to the electrical industry and are interested in working in the electrical industry and you are a high school graduate (or have a GED) then we invite you to contact us to find out how you can receive the classroom and job training you need to become an IBEW certified electrician.
Why Choose IBEW Electricians
Highly Skilled Craftsman
Work Done On Time, On Budget
The heart of training is our Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program (JATC), a regimented training program that assures competency in the standardized skills needed to be an electrician.
Trained In Latest Technologies
Up-To-Date Classroom Techniques
IBEW Local 325 prides ourselves on our ability to keep our Apprentices and Journeyman Wireman up-to-date and knowledgeable on the latest technologies and work processes.
It was decided at a regular meeting in 2004 that anyone signing up for a social function and not canceling at least 1 week prior to the event would be charged whatever the Local was charged. The cost for this year’s clambake is $50 per person.
Dues Increase Notice
Effective 1/1/16 Dues will increase to $108.45 per quarter, $102 for retirees.
The hall is asking everyone to please update their emails
AFL-CIO Letter 12/3/13
Available on Members page