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Lisa Renwick
about 4 years ago
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Andre from Lisa Renwick

It is very hard to get an apprenticeship in the area yu are seeking. You must have a set date when you will finish schooling and your licesened. I would not go with a single person but a larger company that accepts apprentices. and I would apply and send your resume to these companies. I hope this helps. Lisa Renwick

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Andre Johnson
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I've been finished school and have no clue as to what you're talking about

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Lisa Renwick
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You never mentioned that you had I was advising you if you haven't finished school. You mentioned something finishing about school in 2017.. I still think you should apprentice with a large company and not a single person. You will probably be paid more and learn more. and advance more quickly.. I was trying to help . Don't be so rude. It is not useful to me or any job prospects,. A nice humble attitude works wonders, Lisa Renwick Don't ever change your story and tell me that I don't know what I am talking about. Can't you read?.

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Basim Crouch
about 4 years ago
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I'm 17 ready for a apprenticeship -"forklift leading to crane operation enrollment"

What offers a maneuverable, stable hours with the benefits of being able to attain a career without having to go threw maybe 6-4 yrs. of college?

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Marcus Jordan
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Hi Basim, Crane Operator Apprentice Programs offer great opportunities to earn while you learn. The combination classroom and hands on training will allow you to learn the trade and business within a real world environment. You can look for an apprentice opportunity through a private company or local union organization specific to your trade of interest. I Googled a list of apprentice programs currently available in the state of California for your review. You might also want to take a look at the US Dept. of Labor Apprentice website to check out other apprenticeship opportunities, grants, and incentives being offered by the federal government. Please note that applying for an apprenticeship is an arduous process. Positions become open based on industry demand and there are application deadlines and prerequisites you’ll need to meet before you can be considered a candidate for an open position. Carefully review the application and training information on the attached link and call or correspond directly with the contact administrators identified for each program. Hope this is enough to get you started. Good Luck and feel free to reach out to me if you have any other information.

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Marcus Jordan
over 2 years ago
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Mechanic Entry Level (Paid) Apprenticeship!

Excellent opportunity for job seekers in Detroit looking for a Mechanic Technician Career in Detroit, MI. Vehicles for Change Detroit is looking for Apprentice Entry Level Mechanics.

Men and Women interested in this paid program will receive up to 6 months of paid training including in 40 hour a week plus work opportunities that includes at the very minimum of 6 hours hands-on per day.

Pay rate during training is $9.00 with employment placement opportunities pays up to $14.00 per hour.

TO APPLY Please attend the next recruitment event on Monday, December 18, 2017 | Check-in time: 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. (No admittance after 9:00 a.m.) | Location: 9301 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI 48210.

Visit the Detroit Employment Solutions website for more details.

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Janice DeFrank
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Thanks for sharing this information!

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Rafael Angel LopezFerrer Sr.
over 1 year ago
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Information Technology Pre-Apprenticeship

Able-Disabled Advocacy (A-DA) is recruiting now for Computer Support Specialist Pre-Apprenticeship training. Classes begin once each quarter. Those interested in attending an orientation should apply immediately, as we have orientations filling up quickly. Classes will be held every Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you already have one or more of the certifications or have recent IT experience, we can look to get you started on a track that best fits your level of experience. We are located in City Heights, San Diego.

To apply: http://www.able2work.org/signup/

Able-Disabled Advocacy’s (A-DA’s) IT Pre-Apprenticeship Program is a training, certification and employment program that is designed for individuals who have identified their passion for technology and desire to pursue an IT career. Students learn basic technical support skills and attain IT certifications that are demanded by local employers, all at little or no cost. With A-DA’s $3.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, the training is free and the cost of the exams for two certifications will be paid by the program. During the 8-month program, students attain their CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+ certifications while attending clas-ses two days each week. This full-time program is demanding; 20 hours of study each week is expected. Students are required to pass their certification exams by the exam due dates in order to complete the program on schedule.

Pre-Apprenticeships Offer a Pathway to A-DA’s Apprenticeship Program Pre-apprenticeship training is not paid. Students will need a source of income that will allow them to complete the entire Pre-Apprenticeship Program. The program includes career counseling, interview and resume preparation, and job search tips. This training will prepare pre-apprentices to enter A-DA’s IT Registered Ap-prenticeship Program. A-DA staff will work directly with pre-apprentices to identify employment opportunities that will fulfill the requirements of A-DA’s Computer Support Specialist apprenticeships. Pre-Apprentices will apply for jobs with staff assistance and once hired, they will be placed into A-DA’s Computer Support Specialist Registered Apprenticeship Program. Apprenticeships are a “learn while you earn” model; apprentices learn while working On-the-Job in the IT industry with guidance from a committed employer. To further improve skills, the technical training continues during the apprenticeship, with apprentices continuing to work on attaining the Windows 7 certifications. Apprentices can build a successful IT career without incurring student debt. This alternative to college provides a pathway to be successful in high-skilled, high-paying jobs that are in demand. To begin the application pro-cess, complete the Program Interest Form on A-DA’s website at http://www.able2work.org/signup/.

Application Process Candidates must complete several steps in order to complete the application process for pre-apprenticeship training.  Complete the Program Interest Form on A-DA’s website: http://www.able2work.org/signup/.  Provide a resume, application, questions and copies of certifications  Attend an orientation  Take the required assessment exams  Interview with A-DA’s Selection Committee

This is a competitive process. We have more applicants than available seats. Each appli-cant will receive a score based on exam re-sults and interview scores to create a ranking. Priority will be given to Veterans, women and individuals with disabilities.

Orientations At the orientation you will learn all of the de-tails about the Pre-Apprenticeship Program. If you are interested, you will be asked to stay to complete your testing assessments—reading, math and PC skills test. Plan to spend three hours to complete every-thing. Call John Gentile at (619) 231-[five-nine-nine-zero] ext. 309 or email [email address censored by Jobcase] if you have questions. Your questions about the program will be answered at orientation.

Able-Disabled Advocacy’s Pathways2Paychecks Program has received 100% program funding or $3.2 million from the U.S. Department of Labor’s American Apprenticeship Initiative to develop 300 apprenticeships in San Diego.

Requirements for A-DA’s DOL Apprenticeship Program Minimum Age: 21 Education: A High School diploma or GED is required. We encourage applicants to attend postsecondary education prior to apprenticeship application; however, it is not required. Proof of education must be submitted. Education and work experience will be evaluated; apprentices can receive credit for previous education and work experience. Background Check: Apprentices must be able to pass a drug screen and background check. Experience: Experience is not required to begin the pre-apprenticeship training; however, A-DA encourages candidates to obtain hands on experience by volunteering to improve their application assessment score. A-DA can offer suggestions on how to get this work experience. Note that applicants who enter the program with some experience may score higher on the testing and interviews. This is a competitive opportunity.

Contact John Gentile, Business Services Manager at (619) 231-[five nine-nine-zero] extension 309 or [email censored by Jobcase] if you have questions.

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Kenyetta Golson
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Excellent opportunity I agree.

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Judy StGermain
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Sounds great.

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Fred Goff
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
6 months ago
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Apprenticeships anyone?

I think this sounds like a great idea, but confess that apprenticeships is something I need to come up to speed on - anyone have experiences to share in this regard? #apprenticeship #internship #entrylevel

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Andre Moss
about 4 years ago
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How can I apply for an apprenticeship?

Is an apprenticeship the best path to becoming a licensed electrician? I’m looking for an alternative to college and my teacher told me to look into training programs in the construction trades. I haven’t been able to find any apprentice job openings online. Is there another application method to get into these training programs? Can I qualify right now, I’m 17 years old?

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Keith Stevenson
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Go to the electrician Union and ask tham to let you join

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Chris McCullough
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Where are you located? Look into ABC (Associated Builders and Contractors). They have great trade training programs including electrician training.

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Vince Chargualaf
over 2 years ago
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Apprenticeship

So I’ve been seeking apprenticeship jobs and seems like every time I apply with employers that offer training they always say well you don’t have much experience in this field. Well I have many experiences in many fields especially one where I know I’m capable of performing duties and tasks given. Last one I attended I followed every bit of instructions and was told that I would hear from them in a couple of days. Now it’s been a week. Is their anyone out there with information that would steer me in the right direction. I’m not gonna throw in the towel just yet or not any time soon. Anything would help. Thank you in advance.

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Ashley Wilson
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Hi Vince, I am not sure which field of work you are looking to break into, but you could consider a volunteer position to gain experience. Most employers value this just as much as paid work experience.

Follow these few simple steps to find a job opportunity here on Jobcase.

1. Click on Jobs & Companies at the top of the page, or head over [here] (http://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search)

2. Enter the world VOLUNTEER or INTERNSHIP into the search field where it says Job Title, Keywords, or Company.

3. Add in your location by filling in your City and State OR zip code. Then click the magnifying glass to search.

4. Once the list is up, click on “View Job" of any you are interested in and then apply.

Good luck with your job search!

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Ian Baker
over 4 years ago
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Faith based garage offers auto repair apprenticeships to foster youth population!!

This article of a small business in Ft. Wayne, IN is a perfect example of local small business investing in their communities. These apprenticeship candidates will more than likely remain in their communities and expand the economic development with new business. Something to think about when we consider presidential candidates during the upcoming elections! http://www.news-sentinel.com/news/local/Church-affiliated-garage-helps-those-who-can-t-afford-car-repairs

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Marijoy Bertolini
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Thanks Ian ~ great info!

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