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#16399 - 11/11/02 06:48 AM Guys from MA, help
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I have been an apprentice in MA since July of 2000. I was just recently enndentured with the state and am now taking classes. Since I was hired in July 2000 do I just need the 2 years of class and 4 of on the job? Or since I just started class now in 2002 do I need 4 years class?

If you know the answers please help me out, I have been told 3 different answers for 3 different people so far. Thank you
JM

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#16400 - 11/11/02 06:55 AM Re: Guys from MA, help
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The way I would handle this situation is to call the State of Ma. Electricians board in Boston. Tell them your situation. Maybe they'll give you a year for being in the trade 2 years. Just hate to find out when it's too late.

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