Apprenticeship Catawba is an exciting new partnership between local advanced manufacturers, Catawba and Alexander County Schools and Catawba Valley Community College.

Did you know jobs in Mechatronics and Computer Integrated Machining are in demand?

Would you:

  • Enjoy a career working with robots, computer aided design or electronics?
  • Want an opportunity for a college scholarship and NO student loans?
  • Want to take a college classes your junior and senior years in high school at no cost to you?
  • Want a career that pays well?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, download more information about Apprenticeship Catawba (PDF) and call us at 828-327-7000, ext. 4294 for more information.


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To qualify for the program, one must be a high school junior with a 3.0 minimum grade point average, have good attendance and pass placement tests. Students must also be recommended by a high school guidance counselor or Career and Technical Education advisor.