Network Engineer Apprentice

The Franklin Apprenticeships mission is about connecting passionate, eager, and highly motivated technology talent with employers looking to find these “new-collar” workers. We have worked with large Fortune 500/1000 institutions across the country that have hired apprentices from our program. This is the perfect ground-floor opportunity for the tech-minded candidate looking for a career without taking on the debt of college classes or trade schools.

Our pre-apprenticeship programs are specifically designed for the learner with little to no prior technical experience or training.  Taking advantage of our unique opportunity to access our training curriculum and develop the skills needed to perform as a Network Engineer will put you on the path to an in-demand career.  After an initial assessment, we will provide you will access to self-paced learning with supported learning activities related to CompTIA Network+.  Upon successful completion of the pre-apprenticeship course, qualified applicants will be selected to interview with one of our partner companies and continue into our yearlong Network Engineer apprenticeship.

What you can expect to learn:

  •         Networking concepts
  •         Network infrastructure
  •         Network operations
  •         Network security
  •         Network troubleshooting & tools

There will also be live weekly sessions with subject matter experts and a dedicated Franklin Success Coach to guide you through the process.

As a Full-time Network Engineer apprentice, you will earn while you learn, gain industry-recognized certifications, earn wage increases and learn on the job from experienced peers, mentors, and managers.

Our apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship opportunities offer you the opportunity to build skills to grow your career in the field of Network Engineering.


High School Diploma
18 years of age or older
Completion of Franklin’s Networking and Technical Support Pre-Apprenticeship (available to you if you match in our screening process)