Earn While You Learn.
ABC Chesapeake Shores provides both craft training and apprenticeship programs. The apprenticeship program is registered with the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR), Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council (MATC), and the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). The program meets all federal and state requirements for registered apprenticeship and prevailing wage work including classroom instruction and employer-sponsored on-the-job training (OJT). Upon successful completion, apprentices are recognized at the journey-worker level in their trade and are awarded their DLLR/MATC certificate of completion.
It is important to note that ABC Chesapeake Shores does not place you with a job nor do we assist in the hiring process. Potential apprentices find employment in their trade, then register with the ABC Chesapeake Shores' classroom training program.
What is an Apprentice?
A registered apprentice is a highly committed individual who works full time under the direction of a journey-worker or master while attending classes in the evening. ABC Apprentices are registered with Maryland Apprenticeship & Training Council (MATC), National Center for Construction, Education & Research (NCCER), and their local community college.
You must be at least 18 years of age and be in good physical condition.