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Apprenticeships at FRCC
Nationally recognized training programs, apprenticeships combine real work with learning - both on and off the job. With apprenticeships in healthcare, manufacturing, IT, tree care and more, FRCC has much to offer both students and the employers that hire them.
Earn to Learn
Get paid to learn, combining real-world experience and classroom instruction. You'll be prepared for good-paying jobs, all while earning a competitive salary.
Improve Your Workforce
Build a steady pipeline of highly qualified workers, custom-trained to meet your specific needs. You can better recruit, build and retain a highly skilled workforce.
What Makes an Apprenticeship Different?
Different than internships and other training programs, apprenticeships are specially designed programs that include five core elements:
- Paid Employment. Students are paid to learn with guaranteed wage increases as they hone their skills.
- On-the-Job Learning. Students gain real-world experience with customized, structured work-based learning.
- FRCC-Provided Instruction. Skills are enhanced with classroom and laboratory instruction, which provides college credit.
- Mentorship. Apprenticeships work under the supervision of a mentor, providing one-on-one support.
- Credentials. When the program is completed, apprentices earn a portable, nationally-recognized credential.
Want to learn more about apprenticeships? Check out:
FRCC Apprenticeship Industry Partners
Equal Opportunity Employment Pledge
Front Range Community College will not discriminate against apprenticeship applicants or apprentices based on RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX (INCLUDING PREGNANCY AND GENDER IDENTITY), SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENETIC INFORMATION, OR BECAUSE THEY ARE AN INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY OR A PERSON 40 YEARS OLD OR OLDER.
Front Range Community College will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship and will operate the apprenticeship program as required under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 30.