Launch your career in advanced manufacturing through an online no-cost*, 11-week registered Pre-Apprenticeship Program offered through the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC)!
The Winter 2021 11-week Manufacturing Academy is online.
Classes are January 4, 2021 - March 12, 2021.
Candidates for this online program include those who qualify for Workforce Funding:
* In order to be eligible to attend at no cost you must fall into one of the following categories.:
Currently receiving, or spouse currently receiving Unemployment Benefits.
Previously in the military with in the last 4 years
Part of a low-income household
Homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
Out of School Youth, or in GED program
Worked in agriculture in the last two years, and part of a low-income household
Receiving Food Stamps, Basic Food, or part of BFET program.
Other qualifying factors - if you are interested, please apply.
Many people are eligible - they just don't realize it until they complete applications for these services.
This education and training will give you the instruction, technical insight, education and certifications you need to apply for an entry-level living wage job in aerospace and advanced manufacturing occupations in such areas as Machining, Industrial Maintenance, Automation, and Industrial Manufacturing Technician.
How to get started:
Complete an online application at www.ManufacturingAcademy.org and click apply today.
On the application, please select the location "Yakima"
After completion and submission of your application, an AJAC representative will be receive and review your application and follow up with you.
Program Start Date & Information:
Class Start Date: January 4, 2021 | 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. | Mon - Fri
Length of Program: 11 Weeks (Monday - Friday)
To apply please copy and paste the following URL in your web browser: www.ManufacturingAcademy.org and click "Manufacturing Academy Application."
As a Manufacturing Academy student you will have the opportunity to develop skills to succeed in the industry including:
Certification in OSHA and more
Receive training from industry professionals
Effective communication, resume writing, interviewing and job application assistance
Connect with local manufacturing employers regarding potential career opportunities
Obtain insight about career pathways; including education and apprenticeship opportunities
Tour local advanced manufacturing companies
Receive social service support services
*This training is at no cost for eligible WA participants. Eligibility requirements will be discussed prior to enrollment.
Job Types: Full-time, Internship
Pay: $0.00 per hour
Classes are offered online, with project kits for students to do at home in order to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.
Posting ID: 570435917Posted: 2020-12-01