A new automotive apprenticeship program for graduating seniors lets students earn money and get experience for a job after completion. The program is a collaborative effort of Blue Ridge Community College, Henderson County Public Schools, and local automotive dealerships working together in support of students.
- The program offers students a tuition-free automotive technician certificate, earned over the course of six semesters.
- It is a registered North Carolina Apprenticeship with the N.C. Department of Commerce.
- Students will spend one day in the classroom at Blue Ridge Community College and the rest of the week working at one of the partner companies:
- Students will earn a competitive salary throughout the process.
Are you interested in learning more about the the Apprenticeship Program with Blue Ridge Community College?