The Apprenticeship Office serves as the information center for apprenticeship training on campus. This office provides training and specialized recordkeeping for apprentices employed in the various trade professions in the area. Classes offered at LBCC are for registered apprentices and people interested in becoming apprentices. To become a registered apprentice, a person must be employed by an employer participating in the state apprenticeship program. Taking apprenticeship classes can give the student credentials for employment into the trades.
Students in this program must meet minimum requirements in order to be considered. The employer interviews and hires students through this program to receive on-the-job training. These are paid student positions through LBCC.
1) 2.0 gpa
2) At least one full term in program and registered for a second term & Pursuing a degree
3) US Citizenship (Employer has federal contracts requiring this)
4) Pass a drug screen
5) Pass a background check
6) Once hired, enrollment in the CWE Seminar (1st term only) and CWE course (min. 1 credit each term) must be maintained
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