Congratulations on taking a step toward exploring or advancing your career in the trades! 

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Our Registered Carpentry Apprenticeship will help address a critical workforce shortage by connecting employers with individuals interested in learning a trade.

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Through ApprenticeshipNH, participants develop core skills that can be applied in a variety of professions at companies across the state.

Adult Education & Career Centers
Supporting adults who have not received a high school credential, do not have the academic skills equivalent to a high school diploma or who do not read, write or speak English.

Locations | List of Approved Career Schools

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Centers in New Hampshire
CTE's offer middle and high school students the chance to explore careers and receive experiential and technical training that prepares them for their futures.

Why CTE? | Parents and CTE | Find a CTE Center Near You

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Centers in Vermont
CTE's help meet the very real and immediate challenges of economic development, student achievement and global competitiveness. 

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Community College System of New Hampshire
Offering academic programs in Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Littleton, Manchester, Nashua, North Conway, Portsmouth, and Rochester.

About CCSNHView a List of Programs at All Campuses 

Community College of Vermont
Offering twelve VT locations and extensive online learning options.

About CCV | Explore Programs and Classes 

Community Partners

Careers in construction and infrastructure are some of the longest standing apprenticeships in the United States. The skills you gain can open new opportunities within a company. Upon completion of a Registered Apprenticeship, you will have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to build the career path that best suits you!  

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Build Your Future
The Build Your Future mission is to inspire, recruit and train the future generation of craft professionals while shaping positive perceptions of the construction industry. Powered by NCCER, BYF creates pathways that bridge the gap between curiosity and career placement.

Explore Construction Careers | Resources 

DECCO Craft Training
The DECCO Craft Training Center offers lifelong learning opportunities for participants who choose careers in construction. DECCO offers a Weld School, Boot Camp and Apprenticeship Program.

Weld School | Apprentice Program | Boot Camp 

Electric Supply Company (ESC)
ESC has developed a strong co-op/internship program which provides undergraduates with valuable work experience and attaining an understanding of the electric supply industry. The co-op program allows students to gain a variety of skills in an industry that can open doors to various opportunities in project management, sales and operations.

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Mongoose Power Solutions
The Mongoose Power Solutions – Emergency Power Systems Technician Apprentice Program has been especially designed to meet the dire need for generator technicians to support the Independent Service Provider Network within the On-Site Power & Emergency Power Industry.

Technician Apprenticeship Program

Phaze welding technology center
Accelerated welding training for those new to the workforce or exploring a career change.

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Sargent Corp
Sargent is a family of hundreds of employee-owners building infrastructure from wind farms to landfill cells in the Northeast US and Mid-Atlantic region. As a company, Sargent invests in the future workforce by offering educational opportunities as well as internships. 

Sargent Construction Academy | Sargent Internship Program