History of Program
The Harford County Electrical Contractors Association (HCECA) is an electrical trade association formed over 60 years ago, comprised of member contractors who saw the need for a well-trained and skilled workforce. With this vision, the HCECA Electrical Apprenticeship program was created in 1977. Since entering into a partnership with Harford Community College, HCECA has developed its electrical apprenticeship program into one of the largest in the state of Maryland and is highly regarded among employers for providing a high-quality education to its apprentices.
The HCECA Electrical Apprenticeship Program is a four-year electrical apprenticeship program approved and certified by the Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council, Registry #919 and the United States Department of Labor.
Number of graduates to date:
graduates to date!
The Harford County Electrical Apprenticeship program provides accessible and innovative training in understanding electrical codes, principles, fundamentals and theory pertaining to the installation and maintaining of electrical systems at the journeyperson level.
Prepare and transform lives through a career choice and instill a desire for lifelong learning and individual development.
We adhere to integrity, honesty, fairness, respect, and trust as our foundation.
Bob Schemm – President
Bob Stuart – Vice President
Wayne Desch – Secretary
Board of Directors
Administrative and Marketing Manager
HCECA’s instructors come from all different electrical industries, including electrical engineers, master electricians, electrical inspectors and utility technicians, along with industrial, commercial, and residential electrical contractors. The comprehensive curriculum is approved by the Maryland Department of Labor.