Take advantage of HCC’s “earn while you learn” apprenticeship programs in Maryland
An Opportunity to Earn While You Learn
Howard Community College's apprenticeship programs takes a modern approach to education. As apprentices, students learn the ropes of their industry with paid, on-the-job training. They complete their program with a certificate and the skills they need to secure a job. Often, employers support the costs associated with the education.
HCC is proud to partner with local businesses to offer apprenticeships in Maryland. We offer paid apprenticeships and work-based learning in the following fields:
Biomedical Engineering Technology Apprenticeship
Maryland’s only biomedical engineering technology apprenticeship that provides on-the-job training for a career in preventive maintenance and on-site repair of medical equipment.
Construction Management Apprenticeship
Maryland’s only construction management apprenticeship prepares you to succeed in architectural, engineering, and general contracting jobs.
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVACR) Apprenticeship
Interested HVACR professionals or those who are currently employed by a licensed HVACR company can train to become a licensed journeyperson through HCC’s partnership with the Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors of Maryland.
Maryland’s only IT apprenticeship program that enables you to earn a security clearance while preparing you to succeed in IT professions.
Software Development Apprenticeship
Learn the skills you need and complete on-the-job training to prepare for a successful career as a software developer, computer systems engineer, or data engineer.
Learn how to be an electrician and start your career with HCC’s Electrical Apprenticeship Program.
How Apprenticeship Works for Employers
Registered apprenticeships have been utilized to meet workforce needs nationwide for decades. These programs offer employers the opportunity to build and enrich a company’s high-quality talent pipeline while bolstering its bottom line.
The goal of our apprenticeship programs here in Howard County is to provide employees with advanced skill sets to meet your specific needs. You can sponsor an existing employee or hire a candidate based on your hiring criteria.
How Apprenticeship Works for Students
As an apprentice, you must be highly committed and able to work full time under the direction of a seasoned professional while completing rigorous study in the pursuit of certification in your chosen field.
Howard Community College is proud to offer unique apprenticeship programs as part of its curriculum.