WCC Has Many Apprenticeship Programs
Washtenaw Community College offers a
wide range of apprenticeship programs specifically designed for
individuals and employers to meet rapid industry changes. These programs are approved by both the
Office of Apprenticeship and Training and the Michigan State Department of Education.
When you're satisfied, we're satisfied
Apprenticeship education at WCC provides instruction
tailored to keep you and your workforce current and technically
competitive. The college offers:
Find answers to
Frequently Asked Questions
about WCC's Apprenticeship programs.
- hands-on learning in quality facilities
- instruction in one of the largest and best-equipped machine shops in the United States
- quality apprenticeship training in partnerships with local organizations and employers
- personalized training by qualified staff
The United States Department of Labor's Office of Apprenticeship and Training recognizes more than 900 apprenticeable classifications.
Through over 30 years of partnerships with local and regional organizations,
WCC has built quality programs in many of these classifications.
WCC representatives work directly with employers and employees to meet industry skill
standards. Assistance is also provided, when requested, to coordinate activities
with registering agencies such as the Department of Labor Office of
Apprenticeship and Training.
For information about starting a new Apprenticeship program or questions about your
existing program, please call Mike Griffith at 734-973-3685. For other programs, go to the
Michigan Construction Careers website.
- JATC: If you are an apprentice from UA Local 669 Sprinkler Fitters please call 866-341-8674 or visit the website at