The annual Apprentice Night will be held at 7pm on Tuesday, April 5, at Heritage High School. During this event, students will be able to explore the apprenticeship route to well-paying jobs. All students and parents are welcome to this free event.
Hear from apprenticeship representatives including:
Sheet Metal Workers (including air pollution and solar energy systems workers)
General Construction Trades
Plumbers and Gasfitters
Going through an apprentice program does not mean foregoing college. Students can go through an apprenticeship program and, as part of the program, take additional courses to earn a bachelor's degree.
The kinds of trades in which students can apprentice are often in fields that translate into owning a business. Earnings are potentially significant even in those apprenticeships that pay less.
For additional information contact Bruce Holland at 571-252-2816, then press 6, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.