- AJAC Apprenticeship Program
- Explore Apprenticeships
- Pre-Apprenticeship Opportunities
- Already an apprentice? Find assistance with job-related expenses
Students in the Renton School District have the opportunity to get a head start on a career by participating in an AJAC Youth Apprenticeship program. Applications are due in the Spring for programs starting the following Fall.
As an AJAC Youth Apprentice you will EARN:
- OSHA-10 Certification
- 15 College Credits
- 2 High School Credits Towards Graduation
- 2,000 Paid OJT Hours
- 3 Apprentice-Level Classes
- Short-Term Certificate From Local College
Students need to take a Core Plus curriculum class and contact Mrs. Derrig for more information.
Contact Mrs. Derrig for the next program opportunity.
Mrs. Derrig Phone 206-940-5750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the AJAC website for more information about the apprenticeship program
Washington Labor and industries offers a place to go to explore apprenticeships, get answers to your questions, and assistance from consultants. Explore apprenticeships today.
The Federal Government also offers a similar place. Explore apprenticeships today.
What is the difference between an apprenticeship and an internship? Find out here
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Check out these links for Pre-Apprenticeship Opportunities
ANEW- Interested in learning or inquiring about one of ANEW’s pre-apprenticeship programs or want to enroll? Please attend an info session. Upcoming info sessions are listed here: https://anewaop.org/events/
More Pre-Apprenticeship & Apprenticeship Opportunities
Rosie's Closet provided by Washington Women In Trades
Washington Women In Trades (WWIT) has provided a place for women who are new to the trade industry to get gently used clothing or gear to assist them in having a successful start in their new position. Visit Rosie's Closet
ANEW provides assistance with job-related expenses for Construction Apprentices in Washington State for qualified individuals. They provide assistance with:
- Initiation Fees
- Union Dues
- Tuition for Math Classes
- Work Clothes, Rain Gear, and Boots
- Occupation- Specific Tools