Why Choose Apprenticeship?

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    Earn good wages and great benefits while you learn your craft, instead of accumulating student debt.

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    Earn a credential that is recognized across the U.S., building portable career skills in high demand trades that can take you anywhere you want to go.

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    Earn credits towards a degree at participating colleges turning on-the-job experience into college credits toward an associate or bachelor degree.


Install and repair residential, commercial and industrial electrical distribution and control systems. The work isphysically demanding and mentally rewarding.

Sheet Metal Workers (HVAC)

Take ordinary types of at metal andmake them into specialized products for various duct and ventilation systems, as well as architectural and specialized metal fabrication. Unique in the construction industry as the only trade that designs, manufactures and installs its own products.

Line Constructors

Build and maintain electrical power lines and related systems. Must like to work outside in all weather.


Erect the framework of pre-engineered metal buildings, single and multistory buildings, stadiums, arenas, hospitals, towers, wind turbines, and bridges. Each sector involves challenging and dif cult work, often on tall structures at high elevations. The apprenticeship program includes comprehensive safety training.

Operating Engineers

Operate and maintain cranes, excavators, directional boring equipment, motor graders, and other heavy equipment.

Construction Craft Laborers

Work on buildings, bridges, pipelines, roads and tunnels and protect the environment by removing hazardous materials andby using the latest technologies in green construction.

Plumbers & Pipefitters

Fabricate, assemble, install, maintain and repair piping systems that transport all types of fluids, slurries and gas in residential and commercial enviornments.

Sprinkler Fitters

Install life and property saving re protection systems in schools, hospitals, of ce buildings, hotels, and more.

Electricians • Line Constructors • Operating Engineers • Plumbers & Pipefitters • Sprinkler Fitters • Sheet Metal Workers (HVAC) • Ironworkers • Construction • Craft Laborers • Elevator Constructors • Boilermakers • Painters • Cement Masons • Plasterers • Construction Drivers • Roofers • And More