Registered Apprentice success stories
Apprentices share their experience working and learning in the field and highlight some of the benefits and rewards of their Registered Apprenticeship. Apprentice success stories is what we like to call these Q and A interviews because our apprenticeship program is focused on providing an experience that the apprentice (and employer) see as a success.
Growing up as a child, I wanted to be a doctor, but my life took a different path when I joined the Air Force.
I was in retail since I was 18 years old and at a job that I started to hate. I didn’t want to get up and go to work, and I needed a career where I could grow and learn every day.
Catholic Medical Center’s (CMC) Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) apprentices successfully completed 5 weeks of classroom instruction at Manchester Community College and earned their LNA license. These candidates now begin 2,000 hours of on-the-job training at the hospital.
Hollie worked as a receptionist at Coos County Family Health Services and handled the administrative side of the organization.
WorkReadyNH held it’s first class for Concord Hospital’s Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) apprentices. According to WorkReadyNH Program Director, Debra Beauregard, “This March we just completed
White Mountains Community College (WMCC) honored the graduates of its Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) training program in a graduation and pinning ceremony on February 12.
Read how a manufacturing apprenticeship has helped Jozimar gain new perspective and real-world knowledge of a fast-growing industry.
Read how a manufacturing apprenticeship helped Alex apply classroom knowledge in a practical, hands-on work environment.
Read how a healthcare apprenticeship helped Cheryl fast-track her career and education.
Read how a hospitality apprenticeship helped Tessa define and make plans for her career goals.
Read how a manufacturing apprenticeship offered Chris the stability he needed to support his family.