The ICATT Apprenticeship Program helps high-tech manufacturers and companies with complex technologies or logistics tackle the skills gap with a sustainable solution that provides a pipeline of talent over time. ICATT Apprentices gain hands-on experience, a living wage, a debt-free associate degree, and national and international credentials.
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BENEFITS FOR COMPANIES
Access to a sustainable pipeline of talent
Increased employee retention
Harness growth opportunities
BENEFITS FOR APPRENTICES
Earn while you learn
Receive a debt-free associate degree
Pursue a career with upward mobility
Our current programs:
Advanced Manufacturing Technician
Advanced Manufacturing Technicians manufacture, maintain and monitor high-tech mechanical systems, including advanced skills in metalworking combined with knowledge of fluid power and circuits.
Mechatronics Technicians create, troubleshoot and maintain electromechanical systems, including metalworking, pneumatic and hydraulic systems and a strong focus on electronics and programmable logic controllers.
Industrial Electronics Technicians install, maintain, and repair electrical operating, production, and process systems, from switchgear and control systems to power supply systems and communications and lighting equipment.
The ICATT Apprenticeship Program team is invested in your long-term success. Our team has spent their careers launching highly-skilled technical apprenticeship programs around the world.
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“The combination of work experience and the college education initially piqued my interest. After researching the program, I became extremely interested after realizing the investment the company would be making in me: hands-on experience, associate degree and pay. I was sold!”
Alexis Ojeda | Apprentice
“The apprenticeship pathway is an excellent choice for young adults wishing to pursue a career in Manufacturing. Our company, in partnership with ICATT, can give students a clear career direction, debt-free education, living wage, and tenure within an organization that values them as a trainee, employee, and as a person.”
Lisa Browning | Human Resources Manager | Richard Wolf Medical Instruments Corporation