Why Consider a Sheet Metal Apprenticeship?
For far too long college has been the only option encouraged as a path to a successful career. If you are seeking a job that make a difference, jobs with work/life balance, careers with mentors and an industry that values diversity in the workplace, the prospects are beyond bright in the sheet metal industry. As earnings in many industries lag, the outlook for construction tech careers continues to climb.
Through both on-the-job training and hands-on high-tech classroom instruction, apprentices learn in-demand skills that prepare them for secure jobs. Sheet metal is full of options for people who want to find lucrative careers in tech who may not want to go to college. Instead of racking up college debt, they can earn while they learn through apprenticeships as they prepare for well-paid careers in construction; heating, ventilating and air conditioning; testing, adjusting and balancing; fire life safety and more. These are careers with social change, careers with financial stability and good jobs for teams.