CEWD offers two flexible apprenticeship programs that allow you to gain new skills and advance in your career.
Each of these apprenticeships were designed using the successful programs CEWD offers at companies around the state. These new offerings allow students to begin without an employer sponsor and participate in required on-the-job training in-between classes. In addition, our faculty have embedded the teaching of math principals so that they align with the technical training. Each apprenticeship has been broken into three levels that build upon each other and offer college credit. Classes meet twice a week in the evenings and a couple of Saturdays each level.
Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship (register below)
Level I - Manufacturing Processes with additional blueprint reading and embedded math
Industrial Maintenance Apprenticeship (register below)
Level II - Electrical Circuits II
Check out our SWFI (Strengthening Working Families Initiative) page to view details whether you are eligible to take this couse at no cost.
GlobalFoundries Technician Program Apprenticeship
This program is available to high school graduates with technical aptitude and high scholastic and community accomplishments. This is a direct-hire opportunity to work for GlobalFoundries, earning a full-time salary of up to $18.50/hr while taking college-level courses at no cost to the employee upon successful completion. The program begins in June 2019 and interested applicants can contact the Program Owner, John LaFreniere at GlobalFoundries at email@example.com or (802) 769-8736. Apply online at www.globalfoundries.com/about-us/career for Requisition #19001101, Position Title: Technician Program - Entry Level Manufacturing Mechanic.