While both programs offer hands-on learning, there are vast differences between an internship and an apprenticeship. Internships are short-term and often a competitive bonus to college grads looking for a job and but an apprenticeship is longer-term commitment with training and a job. And, 91% of apprentices stay with their employers after program completion. Plus, apprentices earn a “living wage”, which is often significantly more than interns.
Apprenticeships are available in technology roles, including Help Desk Technician Level 1, Network Engineer, Enterprise Computing Application Developer and Enterprise Computing System Administrator. Coming soon: Software Developer, Robotics Technician Level II and III, Data Analyst, Cybersecurity Analyst.