Celebrating the Class of 2018:
Leading the Way in Aerospace and
Advanced Manufacturing

On Friday, June 22, the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) will host a graduation ceremony to celebrate 71 of its graduating apprentices, who are employed across 42 aerospace and advanced manufacturing companies in Washington State. The two-year Production Technician (Youth), two-year Precision Metal Fabricator, four-year Machinist (Aircraft-Oriented) and five-year Tool & Die Maker graduates will be awarded a nationally recognized journey-level certificate. This is a significant and momentous occasion for AJAC and Washington State, as we sent these graduates on to serve as the new generation of Production Technicians, Precision Metal Fabricators, Machinists and Tool & Die Makers.

These apprentices are employed by:

  • Accra Manufacturing, Inc.
  • Accra-Fab
  • Advantage Manufacturing
  • Aero Precision
  • Aerojet Rocketdyne
  • Aero-Plastics, Inc
  • American Structures
  • Areva NP
  • Beckwith & Kuffel, Inc.
  • Bogert Aviation Inc
  • BPI Medical
  • Buyken Metal Products, Inc.
  • Cadence Aerospace – PMW Operations
  • Damar Aerosystems
  • Devol Engineering, Inc.
  • DP West Inc.
  • Electroimpact
  • Exact Aerospace
  • Fatigue Technology
  • Flow International Corp.
  • GCM North American Aerospace
  • Hiline Engineering
  • Newell Corporation
  • Laser Cutting Northwest
  • Lighthouse For The Blind, Inc.
  • Machinists Inc.
  • Metaltech
  • Multifab Tooling, Inc
  • Northwest Precision Inc.
  • Orion Industries
  • Pacific Integrated Handling, Inc.
  • Peninsula Packaging Company
  • Peregrine Manufacturing
  • Pioneer Human Services
  • Precor, Inc.
  • Proto Technologies, Inc.
  • Roberts Precision Machine
  • Senior Aerospace – AMT
  • Skills Inc
  • Spearman Corporation
  • Specialty Metals Corp
  • Three Sigma Manufacturing Inc.
  • Tool Gauge


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