Moline High School CNC Manufacturing Registered Apprenticeship

Moline High School

CNC Manufacturing Registered Apprenticeship

Education & Training Pathway

“Earn while you learn, and receive a nationally recognized training certificate.”

Summer Apprenticeship

between

Junior & Senior Years

Students are matched with a manufacturing company and mentor to begin the paid apprenticeship program, averaging 20-25 hrs/wk for 8 weeks of summer.

For the Parent

High School Registered Apprenticeship enables your high school-aged student to gain the skills for in-demand occupations while earning a paycheck in a safe environment. The program also helps ensure your student’s academic success: high school completion is a necessary part of the program. Structured on-the-job training paired with classroom instruction relevant to a viable occupation creates the right combination to prepare your child for a promising career.

For the Community

What skills will your workforce need over the next few years and how will businesses replace retiring employees? High School Registered Apprenticeships can help communities create their next- generation workforce. Cooperation and partnering with MHS allow businesses to professionally develop a high school apprentice through on-the-job training that is both standardized to federal standards and customizable to the business.

Apprenticeship Completion

After graduation, apprentices continue working full time until all skill competencies are met, thus completing the program.

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