Youth Apprenticeship (YA) program
Youth Apprenticeship is a two-year program for students combining classroom instruction (both high school and college) and paid on-the-job training. By participating, students gain a set of skills and abilities by learning in the classroom and work settings.
Youth Apprenticeship is a two-year commitment – students become a part of it during their junior and senior year. During those two years, students will work (and get paid for!) a minimum of 900 hours at a local business/industry, and take classes at NWTC – which will count toward their college degree.
Interested high school sophomores can pick up an application from their high school school-to-work coordinator or guidance counselor or click on the online application in the far right column on this page.
For other questions, please contact Tom Lyga, director of education and leadership, at 920.593.3412.