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Apprenticeships/Vocational Training


What is an apprenticeship? Apprenticeship is a system of learning while earning, and "learning by doing." It combines training on the job with related and supplemental instruction at school.

How do I become an apprentice? Qualities that successful apprentices share include perseverance, ambition, and initiative. Educational requirements vary; some programs prefer applicants with a high school diploma or its equivalent, while others may have more rigorous standards, and some have no educational requirements. Some programs require you to take an aptitude or other kinds of test. Most programs require English proficiency.

Interested in becoming an Apprentice? Use the search tools below: 

You can search by county occupation and find out the program's requirements, such as: