Apprentice candidates are encouraged to begin preparing for interviews for Fall 2022.
Apprenticeship programs are for ambitious people of all ages who want to earn a salary while they learn, gaining real skills and knowledge. Anyone looking to upgrade their skills or change careers is a good candidate for apprenticeship.
- High school students who may need to gain experience
- Career changers who need training and education in a new industry
- Incumbent workers who want to advance in their current job
|At least 18 years old, or 16 years and not currently enrolled in school
|High school dipoloma or GED
|Eligible to work in the United States (citizen or permanent resident)
|Meet academic requirements for admission
|Some jobs require a driver's license
Pathways to a Bachelor’s Degree
As an apprentice, you earn college credit that can be transferred to colleges and universities when you are ready for that next step. Some of HCC’s apprenticeship programs are AAS degrees with at least 60 credit hours meaning students can transfer to their school of choice at junior status.