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This program is open to seniors, but preparation starts during the junior year. The School-to-Apprenticeship program helps students enter an occupation requiring a high level of skill. Business and education are linked with a formal apprenticeship program approved by the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship, which sets demanding occupational and academic standards.
Students in the School-to-Apprenticeship program can complete up to one year of apprenticeship credit during their senior year. Students learn competencies necessary for entry-level employment in their career area.
Design and Digital Print Technologies
Ag and Power Technology
Students are expected to continue their apprenticeship employment and required classroom courses after graduation in order to earn journey-person’s certification in their career area. A minimum of one hundred forty-four related classroom hours per year and two thousand hours per year of on-the-job training are required to continue eligibility in the program.
Program Prerequisites for Four Consecutive Quarters:
Maintain 95% attendance since enrolling in Upper Valley Career Center program
Have a minimum 2.5 grade point average (GPA) and pass all classes during the junior year
Be on-track for graduation
Have parent/guardian support to participate in the program
Demonstrate good citizenship characteristics
Follow regulations, demonstrate self-discipline
Receive teacher support/references
Have reliable transportation to and from work
Be interviewed and accepted by an apprenticeship sponsor
Students are expected to continue their apprenticeship employment and required classroom courses after graduation in order to earn journey-person’s certification in their career area. A minimum of one hundred forty-four related-classroom hours per year and two-thousand hours per year of on-the-job training are required to continue eligibility in the program.
Tony Trapp, Coordinator
Apprenticeship and Advanced Placement
937.778.1980, Ext. 724
15,030 graduated from registered apprenticeship programs in the past 5 years.
An additional 27,902 were registered.
600 million dollars were earned by apprentices each year in Ohio.
43 million dollars in training costs were paid by apprenticeship employers and sponsors each year
Source: Ohio State Apprenticeship Council.
The following forms must be maintained regularly and turned in to Mr. Trapp as instructed.