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Earn While you Learn
Apprenticeship programs are like reverse tuition bills. Students don't pay for the classes they take. Instead, they get paid while they learn.

CCBC partners with union and non-union apprenticeship programs to combine on-the-job training and classroom instruction.

Apprentices work high-paying jobs in specialty programs like sheet metal, operating engineering, electrical, plumbing and steam fitting, carpentry and other occupations.

To see how you can get paid on your way to a solid career, contact Chris Chalker at 443-840-4422


  • Receive a five year apprentice scholarship.
  • Specialize in pipefitting, welding, plumbing,or HVAC skills.
  • Earn multiple certifications, licenses, and college credit.
  • Garanteed to change your future at

ABC Apprenticeship

  • Seven crafts to choose from: electrical, plumbing, carpentry, sheet metal, HVACR, sprinkler -fitter, pipefitter.
  • Eligible Veterans receive educational benefits.
  • Work fulltime and attend classes part time.
  • Completers of the apprenticeship program earn 24 credits with CCBC.
  • For more information and how to apply, visit


  • Develop journey level personnel who have been trained in the tradition of skilled crafts
  • The longest continuous running public sector program in the State of Maryland
  • Excellent program retention
  • The opportunity to earn as you learn.


  • First, you will be scheduled for an interview with the Maryland Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Apprenticeship Committee.
  • After your interview, your name will go into a pool of apprentices and you will be placed in the first available job opening.
  • You will work approximately 40 hours per week and attend class two nights a week from September through May.
  • A four year program, you complete the required 7500 hours of supervised on-the-job work experience and learn the skills and knowledge that will help you to pass the State Journey test.


  • Start a carpentry/millwright career while training in our four year apprenticeship program
  • Earn while you learn
  • Earn a retirement pension
  • Become a skilled Certified Journeyman Carpenter/Millwright


  • Earn while you learn
  • Receive college credits
  • Not just a job but a career
  • Great benefits


  • Great Pay - opportunity for excellent pay and benefits
  • Healthcare - opportunity to cover your entire family with full healthcare benefits
  • Retirement - opportunity to retire with dignity and pride after a career in the industry
  • Advancement - the sky's the limit in the construction industry!


  • IEC Chesapeake offers Apprenticeship Classes in 3 formats: Classroom, Online, and Webcasting.
  • The apprenticeship program is a combination of classroom and on-the- job training over a four-year period of time.
  • The program is designed to provide the apprentice with the necessary theory and practical training to earn the status of electrician.
  • To complete the program, students must attend 151hours per year of classroom instruction and a total of 604 hours over the 4-year period. Apprentices are also required to have 2,000 hours of documented on-the-job training and a total of 8,000 hours over the 4-year period for a professionally recognized Journeyman license.


  • Ensure A Better Tomorrow
  • Lifetime Career Opportunity
  • Meeting the Demands of Today; Preparing for the Challenges of Tomorrow.
  • Quality Training


  • Good pay
  • Good benefits
  • Specialized career
  • Opportunity for advancement

Other CCBC Apprenticeships partners:

Baltimore City Bureau of Water & Waste Water
Construction Laborers
Heat & Frost Insulators, Local 24
Independent Electrical Contractors
Ironworkers, Local 16
Maryland Association of Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors
Operating Engineers
Sheet Metal Workers, Local 100
Sprinkler Fitters, Local 536


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