Apprenticeship programs are a valuable career path for students who are not interested in going to college, or who are intimidated by the financial struggles that college may raise.  Many apprenticeship programs can also offer college credit and provide a living wage as well as benefits while learning the trade.

Apprenticeship Programs:

NECA IBEW: Electrical Training Center
*Starting wages average 50% of the high wages earned by Journey Level worker ($26-$37 depending on license) and increase steadily.
*Apprentices receive a full scholarship for tuition, books and their first set of hand tools
*With an apprenticehip, you have the ability to earn around $180,000 in the time it takes to pay for and earn a four year college degree
Attend an orientation at the training center on the third Tuesday of any month from 4 to 5pm