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 Youth Apprenticeship Program

In Youth Apprenticeship, high school juniors and seniors take occupational class work, and at the same time, they practice skills and competencies learned on the job, with a mentor as an on-site teacher. Students spend part of the day at their high schools completing required course work and have the potential of being placed at a jobsite related to their youth apprenticeship program area.  Students are paid for the time they spend on the job.  In addition, students attend an industry-related class offered at NWTC.  The Youth Apprenticeship Program is coordinated by different providers and its availability differs by school district.  For more information, please see your high school counselor.  

Youth Apprenticeship classes are offered in the program areas listed below.  Click on the column headings for further class detail. 

  TRADES
​  BUSINESS
​  HEALTH SCIENCE
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources​
​Financial Services
​Health Services
Auto Technology​
IT - Networking​
       Certified Nursing Assistant​
Auto Collision​
Lodging, Hospitality & Tourism​
​       Pharmacy Technician
​Drafting & Design - Engineering/
​Logistics Business Management
​       Medical Assistant
​       Mechanical Design
​Printing/Graphic Arts
​       Medical Office
Industrial Equipment Technology
​       Health Information Technology
Manufacturing/Machining​
​Welding
Wood Tech​ - Construction/Cabinetry

 

Check here for information about: Youth Options  

CONTACT INFORMATION 

Amy Schultz

K-12 Relations/Learning Solutions
(920) 498-5416 or (888) 385-6982, ext 5416 - amy.schultz@nwtc.edu

Brooke Holbrook

Coordinator, K-12 Relations
(920) 498-5422 - (800) 422-NWTC, ext. 5422 - brooke.holbrook@nwtc.edu