DENVER, Colo. — On Friday, December 11th, Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM) hosted its 5th Annual IECRM Student Holiday Party. Over 200 electrical apprentices gathered at the Denver campus to celebrate the holiday season, network with peers, make-up missed classes, play tournament-style poker, and receive gifts from the IECRM electrical training school and its partner sponsors.
“The Student Holiday Party has grown in popularity each year. IECRM apprentices and instructors had the chance to interact outside of the classroom environment and have a good time for the Holidays. This event also provides a great opportunity to showcase some of the tools used in the electrical industry and to build relationships between the next generation electrician and those tool manufacturers. Not one apprentice walked away empty handed,” stated Paul Lingo, IECRM Training Director.
A special thanks goes out to the IECRM partners that made this event possible, Easter-Owens, the premier sponsor who catered the food for the evening, and the generous prize sponsors, AIS, Boot Barn, Federated Insurance, Greenlee, Ideal Industries, Milwaukee Tools, Southwire and SPRINT for donating gifts to the IECRM apprentices. “None of this would be possible without them and we look forward to doing it again next year!”
IECRM holds a US Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots drive each holiday season and collects donations at its Denver location and at events. Toys for Tots is a charitable program that delivers gifts to economically disadvantaged children in the Denver area throughout the holiday season. IECRM extends a warm thank you to the individuals that donated toys at the Student Holiday Party!
The Annual Apprentice Holiday Party is one event that allows IECRM the opportunity to give back to both its students and the community throughout the year.
Chipotle Dinner Served to All Apprentices
Sponsored Gifts and Door Prizes
Marilyn Akers Stansbury, IECRM CEO and Paul Lingo, IECRM Training Director announcing gifts from sponsors at the Apprentice Holiday Party.
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