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It’s a Sin to Kill an Event Scout…

Atticus Finch is right. He’s always right. Now that we are starting to put 2020 in our rearview mirror (and seriously can we drive fast enough away from it?) I want to remind you that our 2021 Events are being planned and will be open very soon for sponsorship and...

Spending More Time Outdoors?

I know we are… a LOT more. Admittedly, it’s easier to do Fall and Winter outside in Houston, but the rules are the same everywhere when it comes to outdoor outlets. Intermatic WP covers in use outdoors/patio outdoor kitchen Are you protected correctly? If...

Is It a Career or a Job?

Defining the words career and job can lead to interesting conversation- and not just among younger people. You could be in your thirties, working at a job you never intended to make a career out of, but find yourself treading water. Indeed’s website smartly includes...

One Size Does NOT Fit All

pic schooldeskselpasotimes No one in my house ever starved, but I am not a great cook. I’m a “decent home cook”. Never the less, I am obsessed with Great British Baking Competition and The Final Table. Both are on Netflix. Yes, I always learn a little something but...

WFD (Workforce Development) at IECC

When you say “pathway” an electrician thinks CIRCUIT. A circuit must be completed in order to deliver power- and that’s exactly how IECC feels about education and career opportunities. pic premierconstructionnews We offer a number of Career Circuits...

Remote is a Complicated Word

nodi mathisen unsplash CreativeCollective AU I work remotely, full time. When I was in electrical distribution, as a lighting designer, I worked remote three to four days a week and went into the Washington office one or two days a week. A lot of my working day took...