Apprenticeships & Training

Apprenticeships offer the opportunity to learn while you earn an income.

In this section you’ll find organizations and programs that can help you build a career.

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R&R Head Labs

R&R Head Labs

Denver Metro

R&R Head Labs is a new barbershop concept infused with purpose. At R&R Head Labs, they provide hyper personalized hair care services by expert barbers who have been formerly incarcerated or other returning community members committed to making the world a better place. They offer apprenticeship programs via their community partners and help support experienced barbers get licensed. Hiring requirements: High school degree Experience cutting hair Active Colorado barber or Cosmetology license or within 6 months of receiving a license Great communication skills, teamwork and service mindset Ability to stand for prolonged periods of time Weekend and evening availability

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ACI Learning –Denver (IT training)

ACI Learning –Denver (IT training)

Denver Metro

Denver

ACI Learning provides 3 to 10 week programs that combine traditional instruction and hands-on labs to prepare you for IT certification exams. All courses are taught by a live instructor and ACI Learning covers the cost of one certification attempt per class. When your training is complete, their Career Services team will help you get hired. People with a criminal history are accepted on a case-by-case basis. There mare plenty of trainings you can take so make sure to look through all of them! You can take in person or online classes.

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ACI Learning–Colorado Springs (IT training)

ACI Learning–Colorado Springs (IT training)

Southeast CO

Colorado Springs

ACI Learning provides 3 to 10 week programs that combine traditional instruction and hands-on labs to prepare you for IT certification exams. All courses are taught by a live instructor and ACI Learning covers the cost of one certification attempt per class. When your training is complete, their Career Services team will help you get hired. People with a criminal history are accepted on a case-by-case basis. There mare plenty of trainings you can take so make sure to look through all of them! You can take in person or online classes.

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Apprenticeship Directory for Colorado

Apprenticeship Directory for Colorado

Statewide

Start here to find information about every apprenticeship training opportunity registered with Colorado. This directory is huge, so you can start by sorting it by occupation name, county, or industry (the three boxes at the top of the list). This will help you to look at what's available in your county, or by the name of the occupation, and so forth. The program name is the sponsor for the training. Click on the website listed to learn more. A sponsor can be a company, and it could also be a community college. If you find it confusing to figure out apprenticeship training for the career you want, go to your local Workforce Center. There are 54 in Colorado, and they're listed in the Jobs section on Remerg.com. Folks at the Workforce Centers are great sources of information about apprenticeships. Their help is free.

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Apprenticeship Finder

Apprenticeship Finder

Statewide

Apprenticeship Finder is a database of places where you can get apprenticeship training. It's a fantastic website. Click on the link, then enter your location information and the type of work you're looking for.

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Apprenticeship Navigators

Apprenticeship Navigators

Statewide

Every workforce center in Colorado has an apprenticeship navigator who can help you find the right program for you. Click on the link below and scroll down to Apprenticeship Navigators. You'll see a list of blue bars with the names of counties on them. Click on the county where you live, and you'll find the contact information for the navigator. Email the navigator and ask for help.

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AuroraWorks

AuroraWorks

Denver Metro

Aurora

AuroraWorks provides career preparation & placement. Participants who complete their job seeker workshop are matched with an employment coach who provides individualized job search assistance to include resume preparation, email setup if needed, interview coaching, job leads, and community referrals for housing, transportation, healthcare, counseling, childcare, food and other support services. In addition, they provide life skills assistance to help address other issues related to success--financial management, time management, conflict resolution, anger management, parenting, reconciliation, and interpersonal communication skills. Call or email through the website link to get started. Part of CommunityWorks

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Blind Institute of Technology

Blind Institute of Technology

Denver Metro

Denver

The BIT Academy is a fully accessible program with courses that will help you as a career seeker advance “future of work” skills and provides training opportunities to give you a competitive edge. This competency-based program includes 2,000 hours of on-the-job learning (employment) and 244 hours of classroom correspondence/shop provided by Blind Institute of Technology.

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BuildStrong Academy

BuildStrong Academy

Denver Metro

Denver

BuildStrong Academy of Colorado (formerly Colorado Homebuilding Academy) was founded specifically to address this labor issue. Through a series of innovative, industry-driven training programs for youth and adults, the Academy is building a highly-skilled labor force that can meet the demands of Colorado’s expanding construction industry.

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CCD Health And Natural Sciences Veterinary Apprenticeship Program

CCD Health And Natural Sciences Veterinary Apprenticeship Program

Denver Metro

Denver

Veterinary technicians play a major role in veterinary practices, including performing medical and surgical nursing procedures, laboratory testing, anesthesia induction, recovery maintenance, monitoring, and other clinical procedures. As a program graduate, you will be able to perform tasks that include but are not limited to assisting with client education and support, assisting veterinarians in an exam, anesthesia, treatment, and performing diagnostic laboratory procedures and imaging. This program is for Veterinary/Lab Animal Tech which is 2000 hours of on-the job learning (employment); 287 hours of related instruction at Community College of Denver(~2 years).

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CDL: FreeWorld

CDL: FreeWorld

Statewide

FreeWorld is a tech nonprofit that gets formerly incarcerated people into high-wage jobs to thrive on their own terms. This program is intended to match those with criminal histories with the resources and community they need to thrive. Once accepted to the program, the FreeWorld team will train Free Agents (program participants) as truck drivers, and continue to assist them in finding higher-paying jobs for a period of five years after graduation. Free Agents can earn anywhere between $60,000 and $100,000 within their first year of driving. From application to job placement, individuals can complete the program within 45 days. To apply to this program, please visit their website link to an application at https://freeworld.org/application.

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CHIC Denver

CHIC Denver

Denver Metro

Aurora

CHIC offers a variety of services in intervention and prevention that address economic mobility, mental health, social, emotional and cultural wellness and the overall stability of the family. They provide a variety of programs that focus on families and youth who have educational, reentry, and community needs. They bring families and service providers together to increase access to community resources. Services designed for young women.

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Colorado Finishing Trades

Colorado Finishing Trades

Denver Metro

The Colorado Finishing Trades Institute is comprised of 3 Local Unions, known as the Finishing Crafts. 1. Painter/Decorator & Drywall Finishers Local Union 79 2. Carpet, Linoleum & Resilient Tile Layers Local Union 419 3. Glaziers, Architectural Metals & Glassworkers Local Union 930 They have apprenticeships for all three. Click on the website for more information.

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Colorado Homebuilding Academy (pre-apprenticeship)

Colorado Homebuilding Academy (pre-apprenticeship)

Denver Metro

Denver

Colorado Homebuilding Academy provides construction skills boot camps that you can complete in one month (four days a week) or in two months (two nights a week). The training is free if you are committeed to getting a career in construction. Most of the training is hands-on in the learning lab, and they provide connections to a career in the construction field after you finish the boot camp. CHA also has a two-week concrete training boot camp, AND a one-year construction management course where you can earn credits from Community College of Aurora. Click on the Get Started button on their website to learn about information sessions. You can also sign up for their reminders about classes. COVID-19 UPDATE: Services are by phone with no walk-ins. Virtual classes are held on Tuesdays.

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Colorado Sheet Metal Workers Apprentice Program (Colorado Springs)

Colorado Sheet Metal Workers Apprentice Program (Colorado Springs)

Southeast CO

Colorado Springs

The Colorado Sheet Metal Workers’ Program is a joint effort by the Workers of SMART Local #9 and the Contractors of SMACNA Colorado. All funding for your education comes from this partnership, which means that in our program, you pay no tuition costs and no fees for the training and education, while receiving books and other educational material and college credits free of charge. You will learn from instructors who work in the sheet metal industry alongside you, and you will put everything you learn to work right away—your career begins at the same time your apprenticeship begins. As an Apprentice in the Colorado Sheet Metal Workers’ Apprenticeship Program, you will earn a good salary while learning your trade—a salary that increases as your skills and knowledge increase. If you are interested in applying, go to their website located below and fill out the application.

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Colorado Sheet Metal Workers Apprentice Program (Denver)

Colorado Sheet Metal Workers Apprentice Program (Denver)

Denver Metro

Denver

The Colorado Sheet Metal Workers’ Program is a joint effort by the Workers of SMART Local #9 and the Contractors of SMACNA Colorado. All funding for your education comes from this partnership, which means that in our program, you pay no tuition costs and no fees for the training and education, while receiving books and other educational material and college credits free of charge. You will learn from instructors who work in the sheet metal industry alongside you, and you will put everything you learn to work right away—your career begins at the same time your apprenticeship begins. As an Apprentice in the Colorado Sheet Metal Workers’ Apprenticeship Program, you will earn a good salary while learning your trade—a salary that increases as your skills and knowledge increase. If you are interested in applying, go to their website located below and fill out the application.

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Colorado Sheet Metal Workers Apprentice Program (Grand Junction)

Colorado Sheet Metal Workers Apprentice Program (Grand Junction)

Northwest CO

Grand Junction

The Colorado Sheet Metal Workers’ Program is a joint effort by the Workers of SMART Local #9 and the Contractors of SMACNA Colorado. All funding for your education comes from this partnership, which means that in our program, you pay no tuition costs and no fees for the training and education, while receiving books and other educational material and college credits free of charge. You will learn from instructors who work in the sheet metal industry alongside you, and you will put everything you learn to work right away—your career begins at the same time your apprenticeship begins. As an Apprentice in the Colorado Sheet Metal Workers’ Apprenticeship Program, you will earn a good salary while learning your trade—a salary that increases as your skills and knowledge increase. If you are interested in applying, go to their website located below and fill out the application.

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ColoradoSpringsWorks

ColoradoSpringsWorks

Southeast CO

Colorado Springs

Through CommunityWorks, ColoradoSpringsWorks provides career preparation & placement. They provide a four-day training to develop soft and hard skills and goal mapping, apprenticeship programs, barbershop, clothing closet, help getting identification documents, and other supportive services. Call or email through the website link to get started. You can also just walk in. Part of CommunityWorks and a WAGEES Partner

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CommunityWorks (Statewide Locations)

CommunityWorks (Statewide Locations)

Statewide

CommunityWorks empowers the unemployed and those with re-entry barriers to employment to become self-supporting through job preparation and placement. They meet individuals where they are at to help them remove barriers and find stable employment. Since 1995, CommunityWorks has provided customized hands-on training, immersive experiences and comprehensive connections to every job-seeker who walks through the doors. In addition, they provide life skills assistance to help address other issues related to success--financial management, time management, conflict resolution, anger management, parenting, reconciliation, and interpersonal communication skills. Empowering individuals toward career pathways -- Same day admission, No entry charge.

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Construction Education Foundation Of Colorado (CEF)

Construction Education Foundation Of Colorado (CEF)

Denver Metro

Denver

CEF recruits, develops, and serves students of the construction industry by promoting innovative educational pathways to rewarding careers in the construction workforce. Click on their website to find their list of apprenticeships available.

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Construction Industry Training Council

Construction Industry Training Council

Apprenticeships consist of daily on-the-job training by a contractor/employer supplemented with classroom and lab lessons once per week at night in a chosen skilled trade. At CITC they offer a hands-on-educational experience for students who enjoy learning by doing. Apprentices earn while they learn alongside a group of like-minded people who are building a long-term career. Receive specialized training in well paid, in-demand and highly skilled occupations.

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Construction: Construction Careers Now (pre-apprenticeship)

Construction: Construction Careers Now (pre-apprenticeship)

Denver Metro

Denver

Construction Careers Now is a no-cost 4 week pre-apprenticeship program offering OSHA 10 training and hands-on training in a variety of skilled trades and career paths. No experience is necessary and classes are offered monthly and run for four weeks, Mon-Thurs, 5-8pm and each cohort ends with a large scale hiring fair. Call or click on the website to enroll and learn more.

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Cosmetology: Academy of Cosmetology Arts

Cosmetology: Academy of Cosmetology Arts

Denver Metro

Denver

Academy of Cosmetology Arts provides apprenticeship training for barber, cosmetology, and hairstyling. Their programs are approved by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private Occupational Schools. Externships (short-term training opportunities) are also available for nail technology and esthetician programs. Be sure to click on Future Students on the website link to learn more about the costs (which can be almost $13,000 for cosmetology) and length of time required for the training. For more information, you may email the director at Peggy.Sue@Beautyed4u.com. Upon program completion, an apprentice is eligible to apply to take the State Board exam for licensure and will also need to apply for a license with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies. A felony conviction in your background may be a barrier, but many people have successfully navigated the application process.

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CrossPurpose

CrossPurpose

Denver Metro

Englewood

CrossPurpose provides a free six-month course to help you design and advance in a career. You'll have the opportunity to earn a nationally recognized credential in the medical field (medical assisting, medical admin, CNA, medical billing and coding), IT, finance, or construction and the trades. You'll also learn about interviews, writing resumes, developing professional skills, and more. Call to get started, or you can now apply online using their website!

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CrossPurpose

CrossPurpose

Denver Metro

Denver

CrossPurpose provides a free six-month course to help you design and advance in a career. You'll have the opportunity to earn a nationally recognized credential in the medical field (medical assisting, medical admin, CNA, medical billing and coding), IT, finance, or construction and the trades. You'll also learn about interviews, writing resumes, developing professional skills, and more. Call to get started, or you can now apply online using their website!

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Culinary: C.H.E.F.

Culinary: C.H.E.F.

SO

Denver Metro

Denver

C.H.E.F. aims to create opportunities by providing culinary training, restaurant education, mentorship, recovery and leadership development for individuals who are in recovery, have experienced homelessness, or are involved in the justice system. C.H.E.F. is a registered apprenticeship with the National Restaurant Foundation.

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Culinary: Community Table Kitchen

Culinary: Community Table Kitchen

Denver Metro

Boulder

Community Table Kitchen is a social enterprise of Bridge House. They provide Take and Bake Meals, food gifts, and a catering service. They also have jobs and job training through their Ready to Work Program!

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Culinary: Culinary Quick Start with Housed Working & Healthy

Culinary: Culinary Quick Start with Housed Working & Healthy

Culinary School on Fort Logan Campus

Denver Metro

Denver

Housed Working & Healthy is a culinary school with hands-on paid four-week curriculum that meets Tuesday through Friday, 9am to 3:30pm at Fort Logan Eatery. Graduates of the training receive Serv-Safe certification and a Culinary Quick Start certificate and progress to an apprentice program and employment connections. The program includes soft skills and connections to services, including housing. Call the numbers below to learn more and to register. You may also email Contact@housedworkingandhealthy.org. Fort Logan Eatery is at the edge of the Fort Logan campus and serves food for take-out, catering, and a wholesale bakery.

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Denver Good Green Jobs Program

Denver Good Green Jobs Program

Statewide

Denver Metro

Make money while helping the environment! Did you know you can earn $80K+/year without a college degree, starting in $40K+ /year jobs? Get your own personal Career Coach, training, and connections to local jobs in the “green construction” industry through the Denver Good Green Jobs program. This two-week online training program is available at NO COST to you, no experience or college needed! Further no-cost training for a career in the fast-growing HVAC industry also available! Want to learn more? Click on the website below to learn more and sign up free OR contact Career Coach Jenna Fuentes: 855-799-1721 (text) or support@JuliusEdu.com.

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DenverWorks

DenverWorks

Denver Metro

Denver

Through CommunityWorks, DenverWorks provides career preparation & placement. Participants who complete their job seeker workshop are matched with an employment coach who provides individualized job search assistance to include resume preparation, e-mail setup if needed, interview coaching, job leads, and community referrals for housing, transportation, healthcare, counseling, childcare, food and other support services. In addition, they provide life skills assistance to help address other issues related to success--financial management, time management, conflict resolution, anger management, parenting, reconciliation, and interpersonal communication skills. Call or email through the website link to get started. DenverWorks is also able to provide free Lifeline phones. Part of CommunityWorks

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Electrician, Construction, Extraction: African-American Trade Association

Electrician, Construction, Extraction: African-American Trade Association

Denver Metro

Denver

African-American Trade Association provides includes 8,000 hours of on-the-job learning (employment) and 576 hours of related instruction. You must be 18 years of age with a valid ID. Participating employers may require a drug screen post selection/pre-employment depending on apprenticeship position available. All backgrounds are accepted into their programs, but applicants may still encounter employers who are not fair chance.

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Emily Griffith Technical College

Emily Griffith Technical College

Statewide

Emily Griffith Technical College provides the classes and credits you need for apprenticeship training. They partner with organizations throughout Colorado. Not all apprenticeship opportunities are the same though. it's recommended that you call everyone providing an apprenticeship in your area of interest to find out more. Ask about the time commitment. Ask whether they cover the costs. Click on the website link for the most recent flyer from Emily Griffith. There are options all over the state!

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Esquared

Esquared

Denver Metro

Denver

(E²) The Center for the Development of Economic Equity, LPA is a Denver-based employment training organization that provides technology literacy, job placement, forklift and warehouse certifications, and other workforce readiness opportunity. To find out more or to apply to the program, visit their website. You must enroll online to get started.

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GAF Roofing Academy

GAF Roofing Academy

Denver Metro

Denver

The GAF Roofing Academy provides an introduction to residential roofing installation along with In-Home Selling techniques. The graduates of the program will receive a GAF Roofing Academy certification. Graduates will also have the opportunity to earn their OSHA 10 for free, outside of training hours, per student request. Completion of the program signals to roofing employers that the graduates have the proper entry-level skills for a residential roofing installation career.

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Goodwill of Colorado

Goodwill of Colorado

Statewide

Goodwill of Colorado provides career development resources and life-skills training those that have justice involvement. Through its thrift stores, donations, corporate partnerships and recycling processes, Goodwill has worked for more than a century in Colorado to ensure individuals have access to career and life pathways that allow them to live to their fullest potential. Goodwill of Colorado offers the ReHire Colorado transitional employment program. An 11-week program that helps people re-enter the workforce. If you qualify, you can get paid, on-the-job training that will help you develop job skills and get a better job. Goodwill of Colorado is your destination for affordable, high-quality and name-brand clothing for everyone in your family—plus furniture, housewares, electronics, books, music, movies, sporting goods, tools, and more! Goodwill is always looking for new team members, and when you work for Goodwill and get the satisfaction of knowing you are contributing to something big. With locations in the Denver and Colorado Springs metro areas, Fort Collins to the north, Pueblo and Durango in the south, Fort Morgan in the east, and Grand Junction in the west, there are plenty of opportunities across Colorado!

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Gritly Tech Sales Training

Gritly Tech Sales Training

Statewide

Gritly provides a 12-week online program to prepare people with the tech and other work skills necessary for a job as an entry-level tech sales representative. The training takes 10-15 hours a week and is for someone looking to break into tech. You don't pay up front for the training, but there is a deferred tuition agreement that will require you to pay $278 a month for 18 months if you find a job making $40,000 a year. That adds up to $5,000, so be aware that you are making a serious commitment for the training. Click on the website to learn more. You can also call the number below or email the founder at David@gritly.us.

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IEC Rocky Mountain

IEC Rocky Mountain

IEC Rocky Mountain is the largest Electrical Apprenticeship covering Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska. IECRM can help you find initial employment as an electrical apprentice through the services provided by their hire list, and through their regularly scheduled electrical career hiring fairs. Interested parties can learn more about their program and how you can get started on the path to an electrician career by visiting their website: https://iecrm.org/

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Installation: GRID Alternatives Colorado (pre-apprenticeship)

Installation: GRID Alternatives Colorado (pre-apprenticeship)

Denver Metro

Denver

Interested in a solar energy career? Call GRID Alternatives! They provide a 5-week Installation Basics Training (IBT200) with a stipend upon completion. Register online. Call or email to get started. Click on the video to learn about solar training. Click on the website link to learn about the great opportunity GRID provides.

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Jewish Family Service

Jewish Family Service

Denver Metro

Denver

Take your skills to the next level in the JFS vocational training program. This program offers three different learning opportunities including, administrative and customer service, AutoCAD design, and foundations of digital literacy. Space is limited, so apply now or contact Gloria Padilla at 720.986.0019 or Chloe Pulliam at 720.459.3876 or cpulliam@jewishfamilyservice.org. All programs include career readiness classes, job search and resume assistance. It also includes access to JFS services and employer partners.

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Jewish Family Service Of Colorado

Jewish Family Service Of Colorado

Denver Metro

Denver

JFS has a training program! This program offers three different learning opportunities including, administrative and customer service, AutoCAD design, and foundations of digital literacy. Interested? Space is limited! Apply now or contact Gloria Padilla at 720.986.0019 or Chloe Pulliam at 720.459.3876 or cpulliam@jewishfamilyservice.org All programs include career readiness classes, job search and resume assistance.

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Job Seeking with a Criminal Record

Job Seeking with a Criminal Record

Statewide

The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) teamed up with LinkedIn to create a groundbreaking learning course, Job Seeking with a Criminal Record. The course is entirely free and accessible to anyone. It does not require a LinkedIn account or membership. Click on the link to check out the course. free online course to learn how to get a job with a criminal record!

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Jobs in Apprenticeships

Jobs in Apprenticeships

Denver Metro

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce recently created a helpful page of links to find apprenticeship opportunities. Click on the website link, then scroll through the list.

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Mile High Workshop (pre-apprenticeship)

Mile High Workshop (pre-apprenticeship)

Denver Metro

Aurora

Mile High WorkShop offers transitional employment and training opportunities for people experiencing barriers to employment due to criminal backgrounds, incarceration and/or recovery from homelessness and addiction. They provide paid training, support, counseling, and referrals to resources, and help transitioning to your next job. You can submit a form of interest online to set up a working interview.

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PuebloWorks

PuebloWorks

Southeast CO

Pueblo

Through CommunityWorks, PuebloWorks provides career preparation & placement. Participants who complete their job seeker workshop are matched with an employment coach who provides individualized job search assistance to include resume preparation, e-mail setup if needed, interview coaching, job leads, and community referrals for housing, transportation, healthcare, counseling, childcare, food and other support services. In addition, they provide life skills assistance to help address other issues related to success--financial management, time management, conflict resolution, anger management, parenting, reconciliation, and interpersonal communication skills. Call or email through the website link to get started. PuebloWorks is also able to provide free Lifeline phones.

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Rapid IT Training & Employment

Rapid IT Training & Employment

Denver Metro

Through the Rapid IT Training and Employment (RITEI) program, CCCS colleges will train up to 400 Coloradans via online platforms in a CompTIA A+ Certification or one of the five Google IT Professional Certificates for free. After short-term training (three to six months), program participants will get connected to an “earn while you learn” work-based learning opportunity and receive one-on-one career coaching. Individuals ages 17 and older who are currently under- or unemployed and live in the Denver metro area are eligible to apply regardless of previous education experience.

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Re:Work Training

Re:Work Training

Statewide

A free non-profit tech sales bootcamp. Learn from tech industry recruiters and sales experts—remote training. The entire course is free to the community. They are working to empower Black and Latinx individuals by providing job training, placement opportunities. Fill out the application on the website to see if you are a good candidate.

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Rehire (Goodwill)

Rehire (Goodwill)

Statewide

Goodwill's ReHire program can assist individuals re-entering the workforce successfully apply for jobs. ReHire includes free drop-in childcare, transportation assistance, dual credit courses and no-cost certification programs to help students become job-ready upon graduation. See also The Excel Center for adult G.E.D. services through Goodwill. Click on the Jobs option on the Goodwill Main page and follow instructions under Goodwill's "ReHire Colorado" Program.

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Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 847

Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 847

Denver Metro

Denver

If you want to be an iron worker, contact the Reinforcing Ironworkers Local 847 office. The phone number is for business agent Dylan Dalton, who has jobs statewide and the sky’s the limit ($40/hour) if you can handle the physical labor. They don’t require a GED or driver’s license but you must have proven transportation other than public. Their unpaid 3-5 day Gladiator training lets you know how hard the job is. A paid apprenticeship starts at $17.50/hour, with an opportunity to earn $23-$25/hour after six months of apprenticeship if you’re successful and take classes.

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RK Apprenticeship Program

RK Apprenticeship Program

Denver Metro

100% of the costs are covered by RK for apprentices with good grades and attendance. The starting entry-level wage is between $20-21 an hour, and you are eligible for two raises each year. A free toolkit valued at up to $250 to help you get your career started. Earn 45 credit hours towards an Associate’s Degree of Applied Science – that means RK is covering the cost for you to earn 75% of a community college degree with no student debt.

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Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute

Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute

RMMI is a consortium of more than 60 companies throughout Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico, including brick and concrete masonry manufacturers, stone producers, masonry contractors, suppliers and associates. They work together to advance the use and understanding of masonry wall systems through design education, technical assistance, and skills training. They have hands-on classes, masonry masterclasses, and seminars.

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Salesforce (IT training)

Salesforce (IT training)

Statewide

Salesforce provides free online IT training in a customer software platform used by many companies. Their training called Trailhead lets you learn at your own pace and earn certification. Watch the video to learn more.

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Shamrock Painting

Shamrock Painting

This time-based program includes 6,000 hours of on-the-job learning (employment) and 432 hours of related instruction

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Solar Energy International

Solar Energy International

Are you getting out and wanting to get a great job in the solar field? Solar Energy International (SEI) provides a training program that is either online or hands-on. The program is called Colorado RUN, and SEI is specifically recruiting people coming from incarceration. You can enroll in the "NABCEP pathway" (the basic solar training + DEIJ/career services pathway towards NABCEP Credential) entirely through SEI and The Alliance Center's online training programs. Or, if you wish, you can enroll in SEI's hands-on training courses in Paonia, CO, towards NABCEP Certification and take only the DEIJ/career services course online. You can also enroll in hands-on OSHA Safety training through Pueblo Community College, a partner of their CO RUN program. If you're accepted into the Colorado RUN scholarship program, you will receive a stipend at the completion of the course. Click on the website to learn more and send an email if you have any questions. You can also call the number below. They are very glad to help you learn more about this program.

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The Master’s Apprentice

The Master’s Apprentice

Denver Metro

Denver

The Master's Apprentice is a faith-based pre-apprentice program that prepares you to enter the trades and assists in career placement. The program is for people 18-45 years old. The program prepares you to work in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, welding, masonry, or HVAC. You must have your high school diploma or equivalency (GED), a driver's license, and be able to pass a drug test. If you do not have one of the above, this program can work with your circumstances to ensure your successful placement. You can apply online through their website or call Jude Carstensen at the number below to learn more.

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The Right Way Foundation HVAC Academy & Maintenance Training

The Right Way Foundation HVAC Academy & Maintenance Training

Denver Metro

Aurora

Looking for a career in heating and cooling? The Right Way Foundation offers a 96-day program held on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 6-9pm. If you pass the ESCO EPA test in all section, you will receive a universal license. For graduates, job placement services are provided throughout Colorado, Louisiana, and Texas. You can also take their general maintenance training course to get certificate in CPO certification programs. This training course lasts 30 days. Click on the website link to learn more and send an email. You can also call the number provided.

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Women’s Bean Project

Women’s Bean Project

Denver Metro

Denver

Women’s Bean Project operates a food manufacturing business, while providing support as you move forward on your new path towards self-sufficiency. Our goal is to provide you with the necessary job readiness and life skills needed to set you on a pathway for long-term success. They hire women who come from all walks of life and different backgrounds who are struggling to get or keep a job. If you are in a similar situation, they urge you to apply to work in their 7 month transitional employment program. You must be at least 21 years of age and have a history of unemployment to qualify. Here’s what you can expect during your time at Women’s Bean Project: Full-time paid employment as a Production Assistant, working Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM over the course of 7 months. Program classes such as computer training, budgeting, adult education, resume writing, interview skills, conflict resolution, healthy relationships & self-improvement. Assistance with navigating basic needs resources for child care, housing, transportation, food, medical and dental services. Personalized job coaching and group sessions to provide you with professional skills and support as you move into your next chapter.

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Work Options (pre-apprenticeship)

Work Options (pre-apprenticeship)

Denver Metro

Denver

Work Options provides a free 1-4 week culinary job training program for all gender identities. They offer students the opportunity to learn from professional chefs as well as life skills development, case management and job readiness activities, including mock interviewing and job matching. Their program helps people gain the skills necessary to build confidence, maintain employment, and the opportunity to earn up to four certificates, including the nationally recognized American Culinary Federation Prep Cook Certificate. Students also earn cash incentives each week for modeling employable behaviors. Work Options' Mobile Culinary Classroom (MCC) is a 20-day culinary job training specifically designed for persons impacted by the criminal justice system. The Work Options Training Center's are located at Denver Human Services Castro Building (1200 Federal Blvd) and Adams County Human Services (11860 N Pecos). Locations for the Mobile Culinary Classroom (MCC) varies. Please contact Christine Geerts at 720.660.0159 or christine@workoptions.org to learn more or to register.

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Workable

Workable

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Workable is a job platform that will help you connect to apprenticeship and other training opportunities in the construction field.

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