Develop technical skills for a successful career
Get paid to go to college while in High School! - Learn the skills needed to get started on a great career track - Experience modern manufacturing first hand - Job shadowing with experienced technicians - Hands-on training to develop technical skills - Potential opportunity to be selected for Registered Apprenticeship Program
- Student takes morning classes at High
- School while afternoon is split between classes at SPCC and working at Greiner Bio-One.
- Student is paid for approximately 20 hours per week which is a combination of training, attending classes and work.
- Fall Classes at SPCC would begin August 15, 2017
- Students receive High School Credit for their Community College Courses
- Provides a potential opportunity to be selected for Registered Apprenticeship Program
- Provides hands on training to develop technical skills.
- Rising High School Senior
- Current GPA must be at least a 2.5. Student must have a minimum 2.8 GPA at Graduation to be considered for the Registered Apprenticeship Program.
- Sufficient High School Credits to allow Community College courses in Senior schedule.
- Be able to attend a 3–4 week summer program beginning on July 10, 2017.
Coursework during the Pre-Apprenticeship Program will be designed to work with degree programs. Some of the course work may include:
- Industry Safety
- Print Reading
- DC/AC Electricity
- Introduction to PLC
- Completion of the Pre-Apprenticeship program allows students opportunity to be selected into the Registered Apprenticeship program for Greiner Bio-One.
- The Registered Apprenticeship Program is a Four Year, 8,000 hour program which allows candidates to graduate with an AAS technology degree from SPCC
- It is a Dual Training system, go to school and work. The hours of work and education will vary from semester to semester; the employee will be paid 40 hours per week to include work time and education time.
I would like my Career Development Coordinator (CDC) to contact me with more information about the Pre-Apprenticeship Program.