The Master’s Apprentice Program of Colorado trains and prepares youth for work in the trades and also assists with career placement.

Becoming an Electrical Apprentice is Just a Step Away

The Master’s Apprentice Program is Your Bridge to a Great Career in Construction

The Master’s Apprentice Program introduces individuals of all levels to careers in carpentry, electrical, HVAC, sheet metal work, and masonry. Students are exposed to real-world construction operations through field trips to visit local contractors and project worksites, and guest-lectures from industry experts.

A job in the trades can sustain you for life!

The students who graduate from The Master’s Apprentice Program have added confidence and have a direct connection to a network of hiring managers. Most graduates already have job offers upon graduation.

The foundational skills you learn in The Program are enough to carry those who want to go farther in their career, climb higher. Many have gone on to become managers and even business owners.

How to Qualify for The Master’s Apprentice Program:

  • Minimum of 18 years old
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must have, or be able to obtain a valid Colorado Driver’s License
  • Must have documentation to work legally in the United States of America
  • Be in good physical condition
  • Pass a drug test
  • Have a sincere desire to pursue a career in the trades
  • Have a genuine intent to attend all classes and be on time for each

Out of Pocket Expenses:

  • Tuition-free to students
  • Students receive a stipend of up to $100 per week
  • Students receive a $250 Tool & Book Scholarship upon completion of the program
  • Applicants must pay for their drug test (estimated at $25)

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Kenny Electric’s Partnership with The Master’s Apprentice Program

Kenny Electric works in partnership with The Master’s Apprentice Program, offering information about real-life career experiences, participating in mock interviews, and participating in Q&A sessions.  Not only do we help prepare students for the job search, but we also hire directly from the graduate pool.

Dave Pavelka, from Kenny Electric, is a real-life success story.  Beginning his career as an Electrical Apprentice, he spent over 20 years in the field earning his Journeyman Electrician license, working his way through the organization as a Foreman, Field Operations Manager, Project Manager, and Safety Director. Today, he is the President of Kenny Electric, demonstrating that with endurance and hard-work, a job in the trades can take you places.

Take the First Step to a Rewarding Career

To apply for The Master’s Apprentice Program, visit their website at www.themastersapprentice.org

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