CSUSB electrician honored

     

Cal State San Bernardino apprentice electrician Robert Crim was recognized at the university after graduating from the electrician apprentice program presented by the California State University and the State Employees Trade Council.

Keith Rodgers and Robert Crim

Keith Rodgers (l) and Robert Crim, at the Electrician Apprentice Luncheon at Cal State San Bernardino on April 10. Crim completed the apprentice program and is now a Journeymen Electrician at CSUSB. Photo: Robert A. Whitehead/CSUSB

Crim was honored at an event on campus April 10.

The apprenticeship program is a joint effort between the SETC and the CSU and is certified by the California Department of Apprenticeship Standards.

“The joint apprenticeship program is a strong example of the union and the university working together to provide career training and opportunities for employees,” said Tony Simpson, senior director of facilities services.

Crim is now a fully qualified Journey Level electrician.

University administrators, staff, SETC members and representatives from the CSU Chancellor’s Office attended the special ceremony at the Obershaw Dining Room on campus.

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