The apprenticeship model is constantly developing, with new ideas and strategies being implemented regularly. Focusing on the current workforce and upcoming graduates is essential in a skilled trades shortage. That’s why St. Clair County Community College is working to build innovative apprenticeship programs that can help employees and employers excel.
If you are an employer looking to invest in the future of your workforce, SC4 can help you set up registered apprenticeship programs for your organization.
- Machine repair
- Precision machining
Apprenticeships can be customized to meet your needs and align with U.S. Department of Labor standards.
Employers and interested students can contact Dave Goetze at 810-989-5552 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Roy Keuning talks about his apprenticeship with Prosper-Tech Machine & Tool LLC during the Expanding American Apprenticeship program through SC4 Workforce Development.