Women, veterans, youth (age 18+), and under-represented minorities are highly encouraged to apply at www.wpusa.org/top. Female applicants are encouraged to register for the “Women in the Trades” application session on May 4.
There is no cost to students for this nationally certificated, 130-hour career training program.
Participants will learn what it takes to successfully apply to become a working apprentice in the trade of their choice, such as Carpenter, Electrician, HVACR Tech, Roofer, Pipefitter, Plasterer, Ironworker, Sheet Metal, and more.
Applications must be completed in person at an orientation session.
To reserve a spot for orientation or for more information, interested applicants can visit www.wpusa.org/top or contact Louise Auerhahn, 408-809-2131, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is supported in part by the Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing and by Prop. 39 pre-apprenticeship funding from the California Workforce Development Board.