Apprenticeship and Training

APPRENTICESHIP MINNESOTA:  As an apprentice, you aren’t just training for a job, you’re building a career.  You’ll receive classroom instruction and on-the-job training to provide the industry-specific knowledge needed to perform highly skilled work.  Apprentices earn a salary as they train and the process is structured to allow for a healthy, work-life balance.  At the end of the apprenticeship, you’ll have the skills and training to ensure job security in a high-demand industry.  Apprenticeship Minnesota FLYER
Plumbers and Steamfitters:  Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin Plumbers and Steamfitters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee:  Plumber & Pipefitter Apprenticeship 17-18
Law Enforcement:  CCF Police Explorers Program:  CCF Police Explorers Program 17-18
Electrical:  Duluth/Brainerd Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training:  Duluth-Brainerd Electrical Apprenticeship 17-18
Electrical:  Iron Range/Bemidji Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training:  Iron Range-Bemidji Electical Apprenticeship 17-18
Job Corps:  Education and Career Training for 16-24 year olds: