List of Apprenticeships
Are you looking for a list of apprenticeships? There are apprenticeship opportunities for individuals who want to work in a variety of professions, including manufacturing and service occupations.
Sheet Metal Worker
To reach journeyman status, sheet metal workers are required to complete a formal apprenticeship program.
Apprenticeship programs for individuals who want to work as welders are often avaiable through labor unions and major employers.
The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (www.njatc.org) provides apprenticeships for the electrical construction industry that is designed to prepare trainees to become journeyman level electricians.
If you're interested in a construction apprenticeship, contact your local Associated Builders and Contractors chapter (www.abc.org) to find out what types of opportunities are available in your area.
Individuals who want to work as nail technicians can earn the right to sit for their licensure examination by completing apprenticeship hours in a salon, based on the requirements of the state in which they are seeking licensure.