"Apprenticeship works for everyone"
Learn the aspects of a highly skilled occupation through on-the-job training and related instruction.
Benefits include paid employment during training, excellent wages and benefits, life-long learning and advancement opportunities in a variety of trade careers.
Getting Started In Apprenticeship
Contact trade coordinator for trade of interest:
- Airframe & Power Plant Mechanics
- Boiler Operators
- Electric Motor Winder
- HVAC Technicians/Installers
- Inside Electricians
- Limited Maintenance Electricians
- Manufacturing Plant Electricians
- Sheet Metal Workers
- Sign Electrician
Documentation that may be required for program entry:
- High school diploma or GED
- Valid driver's license
- Educational background (high school or college level): Algebra I & II, Industrial Arts classes
See specific apprenticeship programs for further information or contact Cathy Pierson, apprenticeship coordinator for more information.