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Start your career with an Apprenticeship.

Partner with an employer to complete an apprenticeship. You'll agree to work for an employer who offers paid on-the-job training and complete required education. Apprenticeships often take several years to complete and are based on hours earned on the job and in the classroom. Choose from apprenticeships in plumbing, carpentry, or electrical and instrumentation, or continue your education with the Technical Studies - Journey Worker associate's degree.

Carpentry Apprentice

Carpenters construct, erect, install or repair structures and fixtures made of wood; concrete forms; building frameworks including partitions, joists, studding and rafters; wood stairways, window and door frames; and hardwood floors using carpentry hand and power tools.

Heavy Equipment Operator

Heavy equipment operators install, transport, operate, and maintain heavy machinery such as rigging devices, hoists, and jacks.

Pipefitting Apprentice

A pipefitter will lay out, cut and bend pipes. The pipefitter also installs, tests, maintains and repairs high - or low - pressure piping systems.


Plumbing Apprentice

Plumbing apprentices learn to install and repair pipes for water, gas, sewage, and drainage systems, and to install and repair sanitary facilities. They learn how to test their installations to ensure compliance with plumbing code


Technical Studies -
Journey Worker

The Technical Studies – Journey Worker program is designed for journey workers from various trades who are interested in continuing their education and earning an Associate in Applied Science degree customized to their individual career goals and interests.