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    Apprenticeships are paid, on-the-job training experiences. Many of these programs are multi-year commitments and allow students the training to enter the workforce in specialized trades. Students who are interested in apprenticeshipss should apply directly the organization or company offering this unique training opportunity. This page is updated with information about current apprenticeship opportunities; check back often for more postings! For a full-list of registered apprenticeships, please click here!

  • Western States Fire Protection Co

  • FRCC Healthcare Pre-Apprenticeship

    Interested in exploring healthcare careers and apprenticeships in healthcare? 

    This pre-apprenticeship program will provide an introduction to careers and skills in healthcare through an Apprenticeship model. Each pre-apprentice will choose one of three occupations (Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, and Sterile Processing)  to investigate more about; learning  specific  skills for these individualized fields and prepare them to be successful in an apprenticeship program in that occupation. 

    This free 7-week program will cover career exploration of healthcare careers, review of the apprenticeship model for training, digital literacy/skills for healthcare, communication and professionalism in healthcare, including resume development and interview skills. Lastly, each pre-apprentice will become CPR certified in Basic Life Support (BLS). Students will also be provided with employer contacts who are hiring apprentices in the healthcare sector.

    For questions about the Pre-Apprenticeship program, please email chris.heuston@frontrange.edu


    Geared to job seekers, high school graduates (must be 17 and have a GED or HS Diploma), and students interested in healthcare programs at FRCC

    Format: Hybrid course format incudes 4 hours per week online work, and 4 hours per week in class Wednesdays either 8-12 or 1-5pm on campus at FRCC.  Students must attend 80% of the in person classes to be eligible for the CPR certification.

    Dates: July 7th-August 18th, 2021

    Registration ends: June 30th, 2021.

  • Centura Health

  • E Light Electric

  • JobCorps

    • Residential, paid training experience for in-demand jobs
    • 16+, students do not need to complete their high school diploma first, as JobCorps can help you complete this if needed
    • For a full list of career options and to apply, click here.

  • Red Rocks Community College Cybersecurity Apprenticeship

  • American Culinary Federation

  • Bankwork$

  • Clay Dean Electric

    • Commercial/residential electrician apprenticeship
    • Student must purchase own tools (aprox. $1500), employer will pay tuition for electrician coursework
    • Opportunities in near energy technology
    • For more information or to apply, click here.

  • Colorado Finishing Trades

  • Colorado Mountain College Culinary Apprenticeship

  • Construction Industry Training Council

  • Denver Joint Electrical Training Apprenticeship Committe

  • Denver Plumbers Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee

  • Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain