We are actively building a talented workforce through our apprenticeship program.
If you have mechanical aptitude, analytical and logical skills, and enjoy paying attention to detail, consider this career path. You’ll enroll in courses through Lake Michigan College (LMC), offered at their new, state-of-the-art Hanson Technology Center on Napier Avenue. Some courses are also conveniently offered at their Bertrand Crossing Campus near Niles or at area high schools through their early college programs.
Take courses at LMC and work at Standard Tool.
Over the course of four years, you will take courses that will give you knowledge and skills in the field of mold making. You will also work in a paid position under the supervision of master craftsmen at Standard Tool, applying what you have learned in the classroom to our real-world setting.
In addition to the courses you take from LMC, you will also work in a paid position under the supervision of master craftsmen at Standard Tool, applying what you have learned in the classroom to our real-world setting.
Earn while you learn.
The Standard Tool Apprenticeship Program is registered with the United States Department of Labor, so it offers not only an excellent opportunity to “learn while you earn” but also a solid credential that is recognized nationwide. Upon completion, you will be certified in the mold making trade and well on your way to earning an associate’s degree from Lake Michigan College. Apprenticeship Certification
It just makes sense: a pay check, an education, skill development, and valuable credentials that will give you a secure job future. If interested, email Standard Tool at firstname.lastname@example.org.