What Are Apprenticeships?
An apprenticeship is an industry-driven, paid position focused on developing skills. Apprentices get paid work experience, classroom instruction, and a portable, nationally-recognized credential. Employers can develop and prepare their future workforce.
Apprenticeship programs are for ambitious people of all ages. People who want to earn a salary while they learn, gaining real skills and knowledge.
The Apprenticeship program offers employers:
- the opportunity to strengthen and build their workforce
- highly skilled quality talent, tailored to meet their needs
How do Apprenticeship Programs Work?
Our Registered Apprenticeship Program Coordinator works with an employer to develop a registered apprenticeship position at their company. Our Program Coordinator also recruits qualified apprentices and matches them with the appropriate employer.
To see current open Apprenticeship positions, click the button below.
Apprenticeship Benefits to Employers
- Improve your strategy for hiring a skilled workforce
- Fill in your company's skills gap
- "Grow your own" talent to teach your company's way
- Increase employee loyalty and reduce turnover
- Diversify your workforce
- Reduce recruiting cost
Apprenticeship Benefits to Students
- Get paid to learn
- Structured on-the-job learning
- Employed with salary and benefits prior to starting the program
- College education paid for by employer
- College degree and industry credentials
- Graduate with no college debt
Non-Workforce Solutions Apprenticeships
BCTC also offers opportunities to get job training, earn a good income, and receive classroom instruction at the same time outside of Workforce Solutions. Learn more about apprenticeship opportunities outside of those partnered through Workforce Solutions.