Sheet Metal Apprenticeship is accredited with the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training through the Department of Labor. It is FREE!! education with your Union membership. You earn (employed with one of our contractors full time) while you learn (attend class two times a week at night).
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Sheet Metal Apprenticeship
Come in to apply or click here to download application
(you must bring this application in)
Will be set for every Wednesday of each month.
Applications taken at:
If you are a focused, hard working, mature individual
with a high school diploma or a G.E.D., who is ready to tackle
learning a craft and to pursue a real career, we have an opportunity for you.
Our Apprenticeship Program is looking for qualified applicants to earn
while you learn a career in the Sheet Metal Industry.
Age: Must be at least 18 years of age.
Education: High School graduate or GED.
Aptitude: Possess the basic attitude essential for acquiring the skills and proficiency of the trade.
Physical: Must be physically able to perform the work of the trade. May be subject to pre-employment physical and/or drug screening.
Residence: Must be available to attend the classroom instruction.
& Correspondence contact
Cell : 402-650-7403
Each applicant will be given the opportunity to read the Apprentice Standards before filing an application.
No applicant will be given an interview without a complete application.
We need the following information turned in prior to interview dates in order to be granted an interview.
1. Application filled out
2. Copy of your driver's license and social security card (preferably a color copy)
3. Copy of high school diploma or GED
4. Copy of high school transcripts (even if you have a GED)
5. Copy of GED scores if you have a GED
6. Three work related reference letters (from anyone who isn't a family member)
7. Assessment test results.....See study guide for scoring information.
Ø All applicants must complete an Assessment
In order to interview you must score 9 out of 17 possible points on the
Test. For practice examples of the compass test, please go to
www.act.org/compass/tests/index.html We will be looking at your scores
in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics (pre-algebra).
In order to interview you must score 9 out of 17 possible points on the Assessment Test. For practice examples of the compass test, please go to www.act.org/compass/tests/index.html We will be looking at your scores in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics (pre-algebra).
Ø All applicants meeting minimum qualifications will be given a preliminary interview. The interview will consider the following:
a) Educational background
b) Previous work experience
c) Interest & attitude
d) Personal traits
Septemberfest Parade Floats made by 3rd year apprentices
2014 Tool Box
2013 Celebrating 125 years
2012 (no 3rd year class)