banner image

Electrical Lineworker Program Interest Form

 

Please use this form to express your interest in applying for St. Petersburg College's "Electrical Lineworker Program".  You MUST complete this form to indicate your interest and so that we can add you to our contact list to schedule virtual interviews for acceptance into the program.

Right now, our MAIN funding source (CareerSource Pinellas WIOA Funding) is for Pinellas County residents.  If you are a resident OUTSIDE of Pinellas County, you will most likely need to SELF-PAY ($4,995) or enroll in a payment plan.  In some outside counties, you might be able to work with your local CareerSource office to see if they will approve you for WIOA Funding to take our class.

 

Click Here to View The Official "Electrical Lineworker Program" Flyer

 

Contact Information:

* 1.

Full Name:

* 2.

Preferred E-Mail Address:

* 3.

Preferred Phone Number:

* 4.

Which Florida County is your Primary Residence Located?

Time Commitment & Valid Driver's License

* 5.

St. Petersburg College's "Electrical Lineworker Program" requires committment on the part of each accepted student.  You will be expected to attend class 4 days a week (Monday through Thursday) for 6 hours a day, from 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM.  In addition, you will be responsible for completing out-of-class assignments.  Please only apply if you can commit your schedule to this.

The March 2021 and July 2021 classes are FULL.  We will be filling the November 2021 and March 2022 classes next.

* 6.

To participate in this program, and to get a job as an Electrical Lineworker, you must first have an ACTIVE & VALID Florida Driver's license.  You will need this for class, as you will be receiving training to upgrade this license to a Class A Restricted CDL license.  If your license is suspended or expired (or if you do not have a license), you will NOT be able to participate in this program.

Funding Opportunities

Funding is available for this program.  Please answer the questions below to allow us to find the best funding opportunity for you.

* 7.

If you are a Pinellas County resident, have you ever applied for funding through CareerSource Pinellas?

* 8.

We no longer have Rapid Credentialing funding for Pinellas County residents affected by COVID-19.

There is limited funding for some City of St. Petersburg Residents in certain areas (St. Pete Works covers the zip codes of 33701, 33705, 33711, 33712, and 33713 with potential funding) as well as youth funding through PITCH.  Please reach out to Yvonne Williams (727-302-6436 /williams.yvonne@spcollege.edu) to confirm eligibility for St. Pete Works scholarships and Ernest Gant (727-302-6550 / gant.ernest@spcollege.edu) for inquiries on PITCH funding.

If you feel like you may qualify for the funding above, please select YES and contact the staff above.  Otherwise, select NO indicating that you will either have to obtain funding through CareerSource Pinellas or self-pay ($4,995).  Payment plans are available.

Job Placement

* 9.

Taking this class does NOT guarantee you Job Placement.  This class will give you a "foot in the door" and will be looked upon HIGHLY amongst companies looking for lineworkers.  We will do everything we can to help you find a job, but taking this class does NOT guarantee Job Placement.  The class will include professional development training (resume writing, interview skills, etc.) that will be helpful in your job search.  In addition, CareerSource Pinellas can assist with job placement opportunities as well.
 

If you have any questions or comments about this survey, please contact Dan Fumano at Fumano.Daniel@spcollege.edu or call 727-341-4430

St. Petersburg College is committed to equal access/equal opportunity in its programs, activities, and employment. For additional information visit www.spcollege.edu/eaeo/. St. Petersburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.