WHAT IS AN APPRENTICE?
Apprentices are fulltime employees who produce high-quality work while they learn skills that enhance their employment prospects. An apprentice operates under the close supervision of a skilled worker on the job, and takes related classroom instruction at night or on weekends.
Monroe Community College is an approved Related Instructor (RI) Provider for individuals working in a New York State Approved Apprenticeship. An apprentice works full time for a company (sponsor) that has been approved by the New York State Department of Labor. The apprentice is required to complete a total of 144 hours per year, and course work can ladder into an MCC Certificate or and A.A.S degree.
Are you interested in learning more about becoming a registered apprentice? Complete this form and an MCC team member will contact you.