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NJIEC membership is an investment in your company’s future. Apprentice training, leadership development, advice on running your business to increase your bottom line, and the support of a nationwide network of like-minded professionals are just a few of the benefits you will enjoy as an NJIEC member.



If you are interested in joining NJIEC, complete an application as a Contractor Member or Associate Member (i.e. company doing business with contractors) by clicking the applicable boxes below.


Health Benefits - Association Member Trust

Association Member Trust is a not-for-profit that was formed by 17 NJ associations, including the New Jersey IEC, to help member businesses like yours get superior health coverage. To learn more or request a quote visit

IEC Outreach & Engagement
  • IEC forums meet across the U.S. and enable groups of non-competing contractors to share best practices confidentially.

  • Leadership development through participation on national committees allows you to provide input on IEC’s strategic plan.

Training, Management Education & Workforce Development
  • World-class, four-year Electrical Apprenticeship Program to develop qualified and productive employees. The program is registered through the U.S. Department of Labor.

  • Through the apprenticeship program, up to 41 college credit hours are available through the American Council on Education.

  • The website drives thousands of new workers into the electrical and systems contracting industry each year.

  • Cutting-edge management education sessions at the IEC Convention & Expo and the IEC Business Summit.

  • Learn with IEC webinars on the latest topics impacting electrical contracting businesses.

Communication Tools
  • Learn about emerging trends through IEC Insights magazine.

  • Connect with the IEC online member directory which enables members and users to locate IEC contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers.

  • Receive electronic newsletters such as IECX and Capitol Connection that keep you current on industry- related issues.

  • Members-only access to the IEC National Website provides valuable safety resource information and a variety of powerful tools to enhance your productivity and profitability.

Public Relations & Federal Government Advocacy
  • Gain knowledge of the issues affecting the merit shop electrical contracting industry, like labor relations, workforce development, and more.

  • Raise awareness of merit shop issues by participating in the Political Education Fund (PEF) and PRIDE PAC.

  • Keep informed on legislative and regulatory topics that affect the merit shop industry.

Code & Safety Information & Representation
  • Safety Manual for all new members (a $150 value)

  • IEC represents the industry in development of the National Electrical Code (NEC); National Electrical Safety Code; NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace, NEMA, UL, and various regional and national building code conferences

Industry Partner & Member Discount Programs
  • Save money on the The Home Depot Member Incentive Program: Members receive 2% cash back on annual purchases by enrolling in this program.

  • Decrease expenses on services including Enterprise Fleet Management; TSYS credit card processing; simPRO business management software, and more.

Special Events
  • Grow your business with IEC Convention & Expo which provides opportunities for 1,000s of industry professionals to share ideas, analyze industry trends, and attend management & industry-related programs. Receive recognition for excellent work through the IEC National Awards programs during the Convention.

  • Engage at the IEC Policy Conference (Washington, D.C.) which provides members with a direct voice to law makers on legislative and regulatory issues that affect your business and the greater electrical industry.

  • Enhance your strength at IEC Business Summit. Engage in educational programs for electrical contractors on business strategies and economic forecasts, and take part in setting the strategic direction of IEC.

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