Become an Apprentice
Maximizing Student and Community Success!
Apprenticeship is great for individuals who...
- Need to earn a paycheck but are interested in training for a new career.
- Are not planning to pursue education as a traditional full-time college student. Enjoy on-the-job learning and hands-on experience.
- Want to learn something new!
Apprenticeship is a flexible training strategy that allows you to develop career skills while working and earning a wage. It combines classroom instruction and on the job training to facilitate learning and career development.
Today's job market is more competitive than ever before. That's why CCC offers apprenticeships so you can distinguish yourself from other applicants. By getting valuable work experience through an apprenticeship, you’ll learn hands-on in real-world work environments.
Students Earn While You Learn.
Registered apprenticeship programs combine post-secondary education with a full-time job and specialized, hands-on training. Apprentices finish college with valuable skills, little to no student debt, and career opportunities in high-demand careers.
Employers provide on-the-job training while partnering with CCC to deliver the classroom instruction. You will complete classroom instruction at the same time you are working in the field. This allows you to immediately apply the knowledge gained in the classroom to a real-world setting
Available Apprenticeship Programs
REASONS TO BECOME AN APPRENTICE
You get relevant work experience while in college.
Many companies cover the cost of tuition and fees for apprenticeship-related instruction.
Upon completing an apprenticeship program, you’ll earn a nationally recognized credential that is transportable if you change jobs.
As employees of the companies that sponsor apprenticeships, apprentices receive incremental raises and, in many cases, company benefits.
Apprenticeship is an investment in you by an employer. Your future career success then becomes their return on investing in you.
A way to move to a higher-level job in one's current field or transition between careers while still earning an income.