Phone: 408.269.4332
Committee Information

332 Recovery Committee
332 Recovery committee was designed by members of LOCAL 332 in Recovery to help members and their families by offering advocacy, resources, peer support and clean and sober functions. Our goal is to bridge the gap between members of our local and the information that they need to get and stay clean and sober or help a loved one and to make a positive impact in our community.
Contact: Marcus Weagle - 831-247-3140
Building Unity Group (B.U.G.)
Our Work

The IBEW Local Union 332 has a proud history of making a difference in its community. IBEW 332 touches the lives of people through various kinds of community service, recognizing that it has a particular responsibility to be a good corporate citizen.

The IBEW 332 has made it an integral part of its mission to invest in the future of the community, and to give back to society.

Volunteers are always needed to participate in these activities. Contact the Union Hall (408) 269-4332 for further information to volunteer or participate. Look for detailed information regarding these events on the website, at Union Meetings, in the IBEW 332 Newsletter, and through mailers.

Contact: Chair - Javier Casillas 408-394-5539
Electrical Workers Minority Caucus

“The EWMC is a strong advocate for greater minority representation in the IBEW. The EWMC is well respected by the IBEW and the labor movement because of its commitment to the pursuit of socio-economic justice as well as it’s dedication to ongoing community service.

The Caucus serves as a support and networking system, and provides education and training for its members. The membership reflects a broad-based coalition of dedicated IBEW men and women who work within the  structure of our organization to effect changes that will benefit minorities and the entire IBEW membership.

Meetings will be held the third week of every month 2125 Canoas Garden Avenue, San José, CA 95125. Please enter through the front office before 5PM. To have an accurate food count, please RSVP the day be- fore the meeting 408-269-4332 /

For more information, please contact Anthony Hernández @ 408.605.9622 or

Contact: Anthony Hernandez


  1.   Advancement within IBEW

  2.  Preparing the next generation of IBEW

  3.   Cultivating diverse and effective leaders

  4.  Creative new ways to engage and mobilize union workers through internal orga- nizing

  5.   Bridging generational gap

  6.   Building bridges between labor and the community 

Contact: Alex Caraballo
Memberships Assistance Committee
Contact: Alyssa Brown
Political Action Committee (PAC)

The IBEW 332 Political Action Committee (PAC) is set up to actively participate in the C.O.P.E. process. COPE is the the Committee on Political Education and is the non-partisan political arm of the labor movement.

COPE reports facts about political issues and candidates. It follows the voting records of elected officials. It helps educate members so they will have important information so they can vote intelligently and in the best interests of their family and Union.

One of the most important functions of COPE is to keep politicians informed about the position our Union has on important issues and to interview and vet political candidates for office.

If this interests you then please contact President Javier Casillas or PAC Chair Will Smith about participating in a PAC meeting or the COPE process.

Contact: Will Smith
Safety Committee

  IBEW Local 332 Safety Committee strives to address issues relating to safety within our industry. The purpose and goals of the committee may include, but would not be limited to:

  • To share experience, suggestions, and knowledge
  • To discuss OSHA regulations
  • Common injuries and how best to minimize / mitigate them
  • How to increase safety compliance for workers and contractors
  • Pursuit of common safety language and training to set local industry standards
  • New Personal Protective Equipment ideas
  • Communication of safety issues to the Local 332 membership
  • To answer questions or direct people properly to solve issues
  • Education/Training requirements and suggestions to NECA

  We meet monthly to solve safety issues and take on new challenges related to safety in our electrical industry.

Please submit nominations to, and write "Safety Award Nomination" in the subject line. 

Information on Silica

Contact: Chair Brett McClure
Veterans Committee
Contact: Pete Seaberg
Contact Info
IBEW Local 332
2125 Canoas Garden Ave, Ste 100
San Jose, CA 95125

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