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Minnesota Electrical Association (MEA)
MEA is the nation's largest state electrical association for electrical contractors. They provide education and training that keeps their electrical contractors and stakeholder members on the forefront with industry books, business forms, and government representation.
National Electrical Contractors Association - Minneapolis (NECA)
The Minneapolis Chapter, NECA is dedicated to serving management interests in the organized electrical and low-voltage industries. The Chapter’s jurisdiction parallels that of IBEW Locals 292 and 343, generally extending from Minneapolis and St. Cloud west to the Minnesota/Dakotas border and South to the Iowa border.
National Electrical Contractors Association - Wisconsin (NECA)
The Wisconsin Chapter NECA’s purpose is to enhance the general interests of electrical contractors among themselves and in their relations with the public. NECA offers many benefits to its members including scholarships, safety programs, education, technical training and seminars. NECA also serves the public through its commitment to an increasingly safe, productive and economical electrical industry.
North Central Electrical League (NCEL)
NCEL unites the Upper Midwest's Electrical Industry by providing valuable, inter-industry commerce, educational discussion forums, and networking venues for peer development, delivering unique benefits to its members. Through NCEL, members join together to make a stronger, more cohesive industry, fostering business success.
Minnesota Subcontractors Association (MSA)
MSA is a non-profit trade association representing construction industry specialty contractors and suppliers. They concentrate on the business issues affecting all subcontractors and suppliers with a focus on safety, education and legislation reform.