Earn While You Learn
Earn and learn with minimal education requirements, built-in wage increases and mentored on-the-job learning.
Start working quickly in high demand industries, plus track to academic certificate and degree completion pathways.
What is an apprenticeship?
With an apprenticeship, you can start working and earning wages in a field while you train for your career. You’ll gain on-the-job training supplemented by classroom instruction. Plus, you’ll earn college credits that can be applied to a certificate, associate’s degree or even a bachelor’s degree.
- Related Technical Instruction (RTI) - minimum of 144 hours, coursework and skill building specific to occupation
- On-the-job Learning (OJL/OJT) - 2,000 hours of mentored, workplace experience with an employer partner
- Wage Increases - Two built-in wage increases, based on competency development in occupation related job functions
- Nationally Registered Program - Department of Labor (DOL) registered apprenticeship completers will receive a credential of completion, as well as opportunities for additional academic and industry certifications