Monthly Archives: December 2017

Thinking of our Veterans this Christmas

This week the Warren and Youngstown LMCCs were able to spread some Christmas cheer for two local Veterans who have fallen on some hard times.

A group of contractors and IBEW representatives invited Dana Cianciola and Christina Williams, both of Youngstown, to the Youngstown Area Electrical JATC to present them with gift cards to purchase wish list items for their children.

Christina Williams reacts to receiving gift cards from the electricians that will help her provide gifts for her children at Christmas. Williams is a US Army Veteran.

“I’m just so thankful I don’t know...

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Chance opportunities springboard Rafoth Electric to 18-year run… and counting

John Rafoth had just finished an electrical engineering technology degree from YSU and was about to move to Florida to start a pressure washing business. Instead, he applied to the electrician apprenticeship program before leaving. He decided if he was accepted into the program, he would stay in town.

Having worked through high school for a lighting maintenance company, he’d already gotten a first-hand taste of the trade, as well as some foundational skills. That helped him get accepted into the commercial electrician program through the Youngstown Area Electrical JATC, the first year it had been expanded to five years.

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