What is an Apprentice?
Apprentices come from different backgrounds and experiences, and have different professional goals, but they all have one thing in common. They are ready to make an impact and they are ready to grow in their profession.
Apprentices learn the skills of an occupation while earning a paycheck and completing on-the-job training combined with related instruction.
Why become and Apprentice?
Through an apprenticeship program, you can obtain paid, relevant workplace experience while acquiring the skills and credentials that employer’s value.
Although there may be some fees associated, our apprenticeship pathways are a tuition-free college education allowing students to get paid for their work while they gain real-world experience. So instead of ending the program with debt, apprentices have earned a salary and are already working in their field of study.
How Do I Get Started?
Moreno Valley College works with various employers and apprenticeship partners throughout the region to be able to assist you with getting you the information on the occupations and programs in your area.
MVC offers hands-on, educational programs enhancing an apprentice’s learning experience. Through this experience, an apprentice will be able to achieve journey-level status in two years, and become an expert in their trade.
If you are interested in learning more, and want to see if you qualify please submit your request or contact us to find out more!
|Jennifer McDaniel | Apprenticeship Director|
|O: (951) 218-8116|
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