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What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is career training that is industry-driven. Apprenticeships provide participants with paid job experience, education from on the job and classroom training, and results in industry-recognized credentials. Participation in apprenticeship provides participants a career path, relevant work experience, skill gain, and a competitive salary. Employers who use apprenticeship programs find that 94% of apprentices who complete a training program retain employment. For every $1 spent on an apprenticeship, employers receive approximately $1.50 return on investment.
Jefferson College Apprenticeship Partners
Jefferson College provides apprenticeship training for local companies; LMC Industries, H-J Enterprises, and Ardagh Glass Inc. Training topics include safety, quality, machining, equipment care, and maintenance, welding, assembly, and instruction.
Jefferson College can work with your company to develop an apprenticeship program and provide customized training based on your needs. For more information about Jefferson College apprenticeship programs, contact 636-481-3223 or email email@example.com.
Jefferson College offers a pre-apprenticeship program: Construction and Mechanical Occupations or CAMO. This career exploration program allows participants to experience guided career exploration and introduction to the construction and mechanical fields including carpentry, HVAC, automotive, welding, CIM, and Machining. Students will become OSHA 10 training, interact with local employers, and complete hands-on projects. After training, students will receive assistance in obtaining training or employment.
Credit for Apprenticeship Completion
Have you completed an apprenticeship? Learn how to gain college credit for your apprenticeship.
Create an Apprenticeship Program
To create an apprenticeship program, contact Workforce and Employment Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-481-3144.