Mandate: The Programs Committee shall be responsible for the content, organization and implementation of membership programs of ELPN. Activities may include: regular meetings, sporting events, banquets, parties and other activities as designated by the board. The purposes of promotional and social activities are to improve the business conditions of the electrical and energy industry and promote good relations with the public on behalf of the membership.
Community Service Committee
Mandate: The Community Service Committee shall be responsible for the ongoing commitment of the league to community service. The purpose of the community service shall be to unite league members while providing a service to those in need in our local community.
Mandate: The Education Committee shall be responsible for the content, organization and implementation of all educational programs for ELPN. The purpose of educational programs is to present information to the membership and the public that is not readily available through normal channels. Educational programs may consist of, but not be limited to, continuing education classes through colleges and universities, seminars, scholarships and other activities as authorized by the board.
By August 1 of each year, the president shall appoint a nominating committee of five members and announce this committee to the Board by September 1. One of the members of this committee shall be the first vice-president, plus one past president.
Codes & Standards Committee
Mandate: The Codes and Standards Committee meets monthly to discuss the status of National, State, and Local Electrical Codes, Utility Company standards and requirements, UL and NEMA standards, Energy Codes, Electrical Products and more.
Through the Education Foundation of the Electric League (EFEL), free
electrical license classes are offered to Electric League Members. A series of CEU classes for electrical licenses are periodically offered in Tacoma, Everett, and Seattle. In addition, companies or groups can contract with the Electric League for a group class. More Info
Through the Electrical Industry Scholarship Foundation of the Electric League (EISF), annual college scholarships are awarded to dependents of personnel of Electric League member companies. More Info
Donations & Support
Funds that support the initiatives below are raised during the annual Electric League Golf Classic and via membership dues:
Annual support for our EISF electrical scholarships. More Info
Habitat for Humanity
Annual donations to Habitat for Humanity, who's mission is to mobilize volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting homeownership as a means to breaking the cycle of poverty.
Rebuilding Together Seattle
Partnership with Rebuilding Together Seattle, who serves low income homeowners who are elderly, disabled, families with children, or veterans in need. More Info