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Apprenticeships are formal employment programs that train you to do a specific job. Unlike internships, apprenticeships employ people who already know which career path they wish to follow. They provide students an opportunity to try out a job, usually with an experienced professional in the field to act as a mentor. They often are associated with vocational training, where a more experienced tradesman or journeyman models behavior, the apprentice attempts to follow the model, and the journeyman provides feedback.
Apprenticeship programs are sponsored by employers, labor unions and associations. Programs last between one and six years and provide wage increases as you gain work experience. At the end of your apprenticeship, you’ll have a formal qualification and the skills needed to work in your chosen field. Minimum qualifications must be met to apply.
Carolina Hearts Home Care - Carolina Hearts Home Care offers an appreticeship for individuals wishing to become a certified nursing assistant. To apply, follow the link. Click Employment and complete the online application. When you come to a field asking "Where did you hear about us?" answer with APPRENTICESHIPNC.
Duke Energy - Regardless of your skill set or specific interest, we're looking for the best and brightest talent in the industry. Discover your career options with their job search tools for Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas. Find current openings organized by location, category or keyword. If you're interested in a particular position, apply online to be considered.
Plastek Group - Mechatronics is an emerging branch of engineering that combines knowledge in electrical and mechanical systems, electronics, robotics, and control systems leading to high demand skills. This apprenticeship affords the opportunity to receive valuable on-the-job training while also earning a paycheck and college degree.
For more information about apprenticeships, contact Patsy Stanley at (910) 410-1830 or firstname.lastname@example.org.