Apprenticeships are the gold-standard of “earn and learn” for workers and career seekers to achieve their career goals with competitive wages.
An Apprentice Receives
- A paying job; and,
- On the job training; and,
- Classroom instruction earning FREE college credit, either on or off campus; and,
- A portable, nationally-recognized credential in an industry.
Apprenticeship Occupations at LPC
- Information Security Analyst
- Shop Ironworkers
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Become an Apprentice
Apprenticeship opportunities are offered through employers or program sponsors and apprenticeship courses are limited to registered apprentices. Follow these steps to become one.
STEP 1: Review the program sponsor list and find an occupation you'd like to pursue.
Heavy Truck Driver
Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers transport goods from one location to another in large semi-trucks. Successful apprentices earn their Class A Commercial Diver’s License (CDL) through a 4-week driving academy at the company’s California sites, learning to be the best, safest drivers on the road. After which, apprentices have 2,000 hours of on-the-job training in the practice yard and on the road. Apprentices are employees of Yellow, of the nation’s largest transportation companies, and are paid throughout the training, increasing once the CDL is earned. College credit and a certificate is automatically earned with completion of the program. Apply through Yellow Freight to get started.
Academy Hotline: (833) 475.8201
or email email@example.com
Marine Service Technician
A Marine Technician is a craftsperson skilled in the building, maintenance and repair of pleasure boats. This is a 15-month program with the apprentices being paid from day one of their training. Nine months are spent at the Spaulding Marine Center, in Sausalito, learning shop safety & tool skills while gaining familiarity to all parts of a boat including propulsion, marine carpentry, electrical systems and plumbing. The last six months are spent rotating through a variety of employer boatyards in the Bay Area hardening skills in the industry. College credit and a certificate is automatically earned with completion of the program. Apply through the Spaulding Center during open application periods.
Shop Ironworkers fabricate steel components that form the structural framework of buildings and bridges. Apprentices learn to build & weld metal stairs, railings, doorways and other systems that reinforces the structured of buildings. Journey-level ironworkers have the skills, knowledge, and training necessary to be safe on the jobsite, competitive in the workplace, and satisfied in their careers. College credit and a certificate is automatically earned with completion of the program. Apply through the local Shop Ironworkers union.
https://www.facebook.com/iw790/ or http://www.ironworkers.org/
or call: (209) 369-0699
STEP 2: To apply, contact the program sponsor from the list above and get accepted into their program.
STEP 3: The program will setup your on-the-job training and classroom instruction.