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Graduates, sponsors, families, and supporting partners were in attendance Nov. 21 at the South Carolina Electrical Contractors Association (CECA) annual apprenticeship graduation and oyster roast at its Summerville, S.C., headquarters facility.

CECA Celebrates 2021 Apprenticeship Graduates

Dec. 1, 2021
There were 23 electrical apprenticeship program graduates and 27 project supervision graduates in attendance to receive their achievement certificates.

The South Carolina Electrical Contractors Association/Charleston Electrical Contractors Association (CECA) held its annual apprenticeship graduation and oyster roast at its Summerville, S.C., headquarters facility Nov. 21. More than 200 were in attendance, including graduates, sponsors, families, and supporting partners such as Atlantic Coast Electric Supply and CECA staff. The celebration was the largest and one of the most successful in the history of the organization.

Butch Clift, who manages the apprenticeship program for CECA, said he was extremely pleased with the size of the graduating class and the enthusiastic attendance as well as participation from the electrical contractor community. There were 23 electrical apprenticeship program graduates and 27 project supervision graduates in attendance to receive their achievement certificates.

Each graduating student received numerous gifts from the CECA organization, manufacturers such as Klein tools, and supporting distributors such as Atlantic Coast Electric Supply, which is headquartered near the CECA facility in Summerville.

John Marshall, president and CEO of Atlantic Coast Electric Supply, stated that this is one of the best trade association events he and his team, which consisted of more than 15 attendees, have had the honor to attend.

“These programs supply the industry not only with immediate needs but also for future talent and growth,” he said.

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