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Becoming an Apprentice

How to Enter an Apprenticeship Program (Selection Procedure)

All Joint Apprenticeship Programs are sanctioned and governed by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, U. S. Department of Labor.

When the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees determine the need for additional apprentices in a given craft, advertisements for applicants are forwarded to the various print media and educational institutions.

Following receipt of these applications, the applicants are tested and interviewed by the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee and the successful applicants are ready for Apprenticeship & Training.

Terms of Apprenticeship

Terms of apprenticeship and/or general admission requirements may be altered by Federal or State law or by action of the individual joint apprenticeship and training committees. More specific information can be obtained by contacting the individual craft program or by calling at (304) 214-9800 or (740) 282-3616.

Examples of Apprenticeship Occupations

Asbestos Worker
Boilermaker
Bricklayer
Carpenter
Cement Mason
Glazier
Electrician
Ironworker
Laborer
Millwright
Operating Engineer
Painter
Piledriver
Plasterer
Plumber-Pipefitter
Roofer
Sheet Metal Worker
Construction Teamster


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