Congratulations to the AJAC Class of 2020
AJAC’s annual graduation ceremony at the Museum of Flight was postponed this year due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Although we will celebrate all of our graduates during the 2021 ceremony, we want to share some thoughts from our graduates and employers about what it means to become a journey-level apprentice in the advanced manufacturing industries.
This year, AJAC graduated nearly 70 apprentices who are employed across 49 aerospace and advanced manufacturing companies in Washington State. These graduates represent five different occupations including our two-year Production Technician (Youth), 18-month Industrial Manufacturing Technician, four-year Machinist (Aircraft-Oriented), four-year Industrial Maintenance Technician and five-year Tool & Die Maker programs.
AJAC, June 19, 2020
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