An apprenticeship is a structured system of job training designed to prepare individuals for occupations in skilled trades. It combines on-the-job industry skills standards with job-related classroom instruction. Apprenticeships are organized and managed in cooperation between educational institutions and employers. They are always paid positions associated with a curriculum, and are designed as a means for students to put theory into practice and master knowledge in a way that empowers them with professional autonomy. Apprenticeship programs are typically not course designations, but rather a sequence of courses organized into a degree or certificate plan.

Austin Community College’s (ACC) Apprenticeships are available in Accounting, Computer Science, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Veterinary.

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