How To Apply
The application and interview process, depending on the apprenticeship program, can be very competitive. You may not be selected for apprenticeship on your first, or even second try. Applicants selected for apprenticeship can expect to travel, work long hours and go to classes. Also, they can expect to earn a paycheck while they are on the job and develop trade skills that are transferable across the state and nation.
Once an applicant is accepted into a Construction Trades Apprenticeship program, the Regional Job Center may be able to provide financial support during the first year of classes and on-the-job training. Applicants may qualify for assistance with
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Alaska Apprenticeship Outreach
Links to useful resources in construction.