Health Care Apprenticeships

Health Care Apprenticeships:

Experience that Makes a Difference!

Demand means opportunity

If you’ve ever been interested in entering the health care field, now is a great time!

A shortage of health care professionals in a variety of areas has led to the creation of apprenticeships registered with and meeting the guidelines of the U.S. Department of Labor.

You’ll receive classroom instruction at Macomb combined with on-the-job training at a health care facility.

Students selected for an apprenticeship by an employer will have all instructional costs paid for by a Department of Education grant and the apprentice will be paid for the time spent training at their place of employment.

Earn a nationally recognized credential

Your health care apprenticeship will consist of 2,000 hours of paid on-the-job training and minimum 144 hours in the classroom, whether on campus or online.

You can expect to divide your time each week between classroom and workplace, completing your apprenticeship in about a year.

For your efforts, you’ll receive a nationally recognized certificate from the U.S. Department of Labor and will be a top candidate for a permanent position at a health care facility, possibly even your sponsoring company!

Learn more at an upcoming Health Care Apprenticeships Information Session.

Find the one that’s right for you

Macomb provides the classroom instruction and works with employers to provide apprenticeships in these programs:

Ready to become an apprentice?

Contact our apprenticeship navigator, Amy Jury, or fill out the: Student Interest Form.

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