High school students are accepted into the program prior to their junior or senior year.
Youth Apprenticeship (YA) students must fulfill their high school requirements and complete industry-related secondary education coursework or advanced placement courses at their high school, while being employed in their chosen program area.
Upon completion (450 work hours/year) of the program, these young people are better prepared to continue working towards their chosen career field and have gained valuable skills necessary to be successful in the Wisconsin workforce.
*Applications will be accepted throughout the school year if job placement has been solidified and related coursework has been scheduled.
For other questions, please contact Brandon Peterson at 920.593.3406 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I believe this is a wonderful program for kids that know what profession they want to get into. It not only gives them work experience in the real world it also provides more learning opportunities at NWTC. My son has grown in the working world and has put to use his skills he learned in school. It truly gives kids confidence and motivation to pursue their interests. A fantastic opportunity for kids!”
—Parent of Transportation program Youth Apprentice
"Through the Youth Apprenticeship program, our organization is able to collaborate with area schools and the Greater Green Bay Chamber to develop the future workforce. We are providing an opportunity for students to get some on-the-job training, which will benefit the community and we may be looking at a potential future employee!"
—Bruce Bartel, treatment manager at NEW Water, Green Bay
Youth Apprenticeship Handbook
(All students applying to the program should read over the handbook).
Additional information on the WDWD website: http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/youthapprenticeship/