WHAT IS AN APPRENTICESHIP?
Apprenticeship programs let you continue your education and earn money at the same time, while you learn a skilled trade from a master craftsman. You can get on-the-job training through an apprenticeship in nearly any career you can imagine… and get a running start to high pay, a great future, and a career you’ll love!
Looking to step right into a good-paying job? In an apprenticeship, you can earn money while learning a trade.
Learn more about apprenticeships in Washington, and why on-the-job learning might be right for you.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE GRANT will provide financial aid to cover costs associated with select approved apprenticeship programs.
MARITIME INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & GRADUATE STUDIES (MITAGS) Used to develop high-quality mariners, the MITAGS Maritime Apprenticeship Program (MAP) provides all of the maritime training and support necessary to obtain a Mate’s license. MAP does not require any previous experience or knowledge of the maritime industry. The program instills the knowledge, skills, and confidence to take on the duties and responsibilities of a Deck Officer.
Students 18 years of age and already graduated high school or completed a GED
COPE Health Scholars
As a Health Scholar, you will gain firsthand experience in both clinical and administrative health care settings
Medical Assistant Resident Program
Applications currently open, formal offers will be extended through late February, with a program start date in March.
Participants attend a hybrid of virtual and in-person training through an accelerated program that prepares them with the essential academic and professional competencies needed to be part of the health care delivery team as a Medical Assistant.
Graduates of the program will be well positioned to take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) exam for certification, as well as pursue a career as an MA. This program is in collaboration with MultiCare Health System, allowing students the opportunity to get paid while completing their studies and streamlining the employment process.
Program is based in Seattle.