Apprenticeship, internship and mentoring programs provide interested students a path to vocational education and a successful career in manufacturing. These opportunities help students gain valuable real-world experiences and employers a chance to directly impact workforce development.
Colorado Career Pathways – Advanced Manufacturing
Explore careers in Colorado by visiting My Colorado Journey resource managed which provides information on manufacturing careers including
- Career Action Tools
- Job Type and Career Pathway Resources
- Industry Crosswalk Tools: Showcases how your current trade skills translate into advanced manufacturing
Manufacturing High School Internships | CareerRise – Summer
The summer internship program places high school students with local manufacturer into 250 hours of paid internship experiences with an opportunity to increase their skills, explore career options and gain exposure to the industry. The program is administered through Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development (LCEWD) and 50% is funded through the NOCO Manufacturing Sector Partnership and 50% is funded by the manufacturing internship hosts.
Paid Summer 2022 Internship Opportunities for High School Students | Applications accepted until March 31, 2022
Looking for Apprenticeship Opportunities?
Apprenticeship is an industry-driven, high-quality career pathway where employers can develop and prepare their future workforce, and individuals can obtain paid work experience, classroom instruction, and a portable, nationally-recognized credential. Visit apprenticeship.gov to explore registered apprenticeships.
Students who seek an apprenticeship, internship or mentoring opportunity can also contact The NoCo Manufacturing Partnership to connect with employers.