Apprenticeship: Earning While Learning
Apprenticeship is a structured work-based learning model that supports professional development by providing concurrent on-the-job training and education. Apprenticeship programs are a defined career pathway that are for people of all ages who want to earn a competitive salary while attending college. Employers that participate in apprenticeship programs cut recruitment costs while gaining a skilled workforce. Waubonsee’s apprenticeship programs are registered with the Department of Labor.
Apprenticeship Information Session For Employers
When: Tuesday, June 29 from 10 – 11 a.m.
FREE Virtual Event
RSVP to learn more about Waubonsee’s Registered Apprenticeship Program: Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
Waubonsee’s registered apprenticeship is a structured work-based learning program that benefits employers by helping you build a stronger workforce. Employers that participate in apprenticeship programs bring value to their organization by improving productivity and reducing turnover.
Employers will learn about the many benefits of partnering with Waubonsee’s Apprenticeship Program at our upcoming information session.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.