Apprenticeship Programs

How to Apply

Applications are accepted by the Union Training Committee for each profession. To find out more, follow this link to the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries website. External Site Link

Online Resources for Apprenticeship Training

Get up to date information about apprenticeships directly from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries website. Here you will find answers to your questions regarding how to become an apprentice as well as other comprehensive information related to Apprenticeship Programs available in Washington State.

Everett Community College partners with local unions to offer these apprenticeships:

PUD Lineman

Snohomish Co PUD
(Lineworker)

Career pathway - Snohomish Co. PUD Lineman Apprenticeship WebExternal Site Link PDFAcrobat PDF Reader Icon

Snohomish Co PUD
(Systems Dispatch)

Career Pathway - Snohomish Co. PUD System Dispatch Apprenticeship WebExternal Site Link PDFAcrobat PDF Reader Icon

Outcomes

Collegewide, students work to achieve the Everett Community College Core Learning Outcomes.

All Workforce Training Programs prepare students to be job ready: technically competent, ethically grounded, and skilled in collaboration and workplace norms.

Students in Apprenticeship programs work toward these program outcomes.