Answers to the Top 6 Questions for Future ICATT Apprentices

1. Is an ICATT Apprenticeship as valuable as a degree from a four-year college?

Four-year college is not the only path to a stable career with upward mobility. ICATT Apprentices earn a debt-free associate degree and gain skills for an in-demand field. On average, apprentices who complete apprenticeship programs earn $300,000 more over a career than their peers who don’t. Most ICATT Network Companies even offer a job guarantee upon completing the ICATT Apprenticeship Program.

2. How does the program work?

With the ICATT Apprenticeship Program, you earn while you learn. While earning a salary and working toward industry-specific certifications and an associate degree, you will receive intensive year-round block-style training, where you will alternate time between school and the company with more time at the company as training progresses.

3. What programs are available in the ICATT Apprenticeship Program?

The ICATT Apprenticeship Program offers training with a high-tech manufacturer or company with complex technologies or logistics. The training programs are selected for their high demand, and offer great career opportunities.

4. Are ICATT Apprentices locked into an hourly wage and position?

As your skills increase, so do your wages. Average starting salary upon program completion is $50,000.

5. Is there support provided to ensure ICATT Apprentices complete the program?

The ICATT team is here to support you and we’re invested in your success. 85% of ICATT Apprentices complete the program successfully.

6. What are the requirements?

Specific requirements can vary by company, but most require that applicants have a high school diploma or GED as well as eligibility to work in the United States. Community College placement test scores must also fall within an acceptable range. The ICATT team is available to answer questions and assist you!