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“Today the School,

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” DOES Office of Apprenticeships 1. Students register on – include high school information, work history, and a completed resume; call 202-724-2337 to verify that the student’s information registered the following day. 2. Randall Shannon is the POC for placing individuals in apprenticeships at the DOES Office of Apprenticeships • Students can email their resume, with a brief cover letter intro in the body of the email detailing their interest in an apprenticeship, along with whether they have a DL or will take public transit to a job site to Mr. Shannon (; if you have students do this, please DCPS Central Office contact Katherine Novinski ( so that I can follow up as necessary by phone or have the student cc the relevant school-based staff member. • Mr. Shannon will conduct a pre-screening (interview) where he covers expectations, such as the fact that they will be drug tested on a regular basis; students should come “Dressed to Impress” for the pre-screening • If students pass the pre-screening, Mr. Shannon identifies the apprenticeship sponsor in the area and sends the student to interview with the company; he said there are both union and non-union electrician apprenticeships (union is the local-26 and applications are due at end of March); non-union companies often have their own test, etc. and he has prep materials. Organization Organization Website Training Programs Offered IT Training Year Up Per Scholas Cosmetology & Barbering Programs Ballou STAY Roosevelt STAY Bennett Career Institute Workforce Development Programs UDC-CC Workforce Development Life-long Learning Center United Planning Organization ID=204297&type=d Barbering teacher: Marsten Davis Cosmetology teacher: Helen-Marie White; 6 IT, Software Development, Business Operations Free IT Training - entry level positions in IT: Help desk support, field technicians, etc Cosmetology, Barbering & Culinary Arts program (free for DC residents) Cosmetology, Barbering, Culinary Arts, (free for DC residents) Cosmetology program (not free; FAFSA can help cover some cost) Certificates in following fields; Hospitality, Construction, IT, and Nursing; students must take the CASAS exam; free CDL, EMT, Hospitality, Culinary, Plumbing, Electrical Tech, Tele- Com, Professional Building Maintenance, and Information Technology (IT); students attend information session and must pass the CASAS exam; free

Excel Automotive Institute Public Allies Career Technical Institute “Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Auto-tech program (cost associated unless you qualify through DOES under WIOA) 10-month apprenticeships with nonprofits fulfilling a capacitybuilding role IT, medical assistant, hospitality training programs; (cost associated unless you qualify through DOES under WIOA) DC Central Kitchen Culinary Arts DC Job Corps Outreach & Admissions DCPS Leading Men Fellowship Nursing, Office Administration, HVAC, Carpentry, Computer Technology One year fellowship in early childhood education Cadet Programs Metropolitan Police Department - Police Cadet Academy DC Fire and EMS Metro/WMATA Metropolitan Police Department DC Fire & EMS cadet program; need a 2.5 GPA Entry-level jobs that only require a high school diploma; most bus driver and or metro driver jobs require that you must be 21+ and have a driver’s license Apprenticeship Programs – Construction Trades DOES Office of Apprenticeships IBEW Local Union 26/JATC Randall Shannon ( & Larry Barnes ( POC: Lawrence Hyson Overview: Apprenticeships – DC area; send resume and cover letter to Mr. Shannon to be interviewed and connected to DC apprenticeship sponsors for an interview if you meet standards Electrician – Apprenticeships (Union); apply online; need diploma or GED Independent Electrical Contractors Mid-Atlantic Regional Council of Carpenters International Union of Elevator Constructors – Local 10 Application: POC: Ed Hersl Electrician – Apprenticeships (nonunion); need diploma or GED Carpentry – Apprenticeships (union); need diploma or GED Apprenticeships – Elevator Constructors (Union) 7

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