AJAC Apprenticeship Program Locations

Finding good hires in Washington State for aerospace and advanced manufacturing continues to challenge employers to find alternatives for developing a pipeline of talent. Sending your employees to an AJAC apprenticeship program will future-proof your company’s workforce and get you the skills your company needs to succeed.

Aerospace and manufacturing apprentices take classes one night a week at a community/technical college and receive on-the-job training (OJT) during the day at a company’s job site in these areas.

Companies in aerospace and advanced manufacturing industries across Washington State who participate as registered Training Agents with AJAC can enroll current employees in an existing AJAC program. If a company has 15 or more employees that need training in one of AJAC’s currently registered occupations, AJAC can create a new program exclusively for that company.

County and City Apprenticeship Programs Location of Evening Classes

King County

  • Enumclaw
  • Renton
  • Auburn
  • Seattle
  • Kent

Pierce County

  • Tacoma
  • Bates Technical College
  • Lincoln High School

Snohomish County

  • Arlington
  • Everett
  • Glacier Peak High School
  • Arlington High School
  • Everett Community College
  • Work Force Development Center
  • Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center

Spokane County

  • Spokane
  • Spokane Community College
  • Shadle Park High School

Benton/Franklin Counties

  • Pasco
  • Columbia Basin College

Yakima County

  • Yakima
  • Yakima Valley College
  • West Valley High School

*Based on employer demand

To start an AJAC apprenticeship program at your company, contact AJAC at: 206-764-7940 or info@ajactraining.org or online.

To find out how you can become an apprentice, visit AJAC’s Get Started section.