Employer Resources YA Logo Program Area Guidelines Agriculture, Foods, Natural Resources Agriculture Mechanics Animal Basics – First Year Students OnlyDairy Grazer – Second Year Students Only Animal Herd – Second Year Students OnlySmall Animal-Vet Tech – Second Year Students OnlyPlant Fundamentals – First Year Students Only Crops – Second Year Students OnlyLandscaping – Second Year Students Only Floral Greenhouse – Second Year Students OnlyArboristEnvironmental Systems (Water Resources) Architecture & Construction Architecture Drafting & PlanningCarpentry FundamentalsElectrical FundamentalsMasonry Concrete FundamentalsMechanical HVAC FundamentalsPlumber/Sprinkler FitterHeavy Equipment Operator & Operating EngineerGas Distribution Technician Utilities Electrical Technician Arts, AV Tech and Communications Graphic DesignPre-Press OperatorPost-Press OperatorMedia Broadcast Technician Finance AccountingBankingInsurance Health Science Ambulatory Support ServicesDental AssistantDietary AideMedical AssistantMedical Office Nursing AssistantPharmacy TechnicianResident AidePhlebotomist Hospitality, Lodging & Tourism Food & Beverage ServicesLodgingMeetings & Events Information Technology Broadband TechnicianEssentialsNetwork & SecuritySoftware & Application Manufacturing Assembly & PackagingElectromechanical/MechatronicsIndustrial EquipmentMachiningManufacturing ProcessesProduction OperationsWelding Marketing CommunicationsManagement LeadershipProfessional Sales – MerchandisingMarketing Research/Competitive Intelligence STEM Bioscience Lab Foundations – First Year StudentsBioScience Applications – Second Year StudentsEngineering Drafting – First Year StudentsMechanics/Electrical Engineering Transportation, Distributions & Logistics Auto CollisionAuto Tech – First Year StudentsAuto Tech – Second Year StudentsDiesel TechAirframe & Powerplant ( A & P) TechnicianAirport Operations and ManagementAviation Maintenance FundamentalsAvionics TechnicianInventory ManagementPlanning & PurchasingStorage & WarehousingSupply Chain Assistant YA Logo Resources Employer Responsibilities Participate in mentor training sessionInterview& hire YA student(s)Provide on the job training to YA student(s)Pay YA student(s) at least minimum wageParticipate in regular Progress Reviews with apprentice(s) at least 3 times per yearEnsure 450hours per year of worksite training/work hoursComply with employment of minors (child labor) laws Employer Overview Employer Timeline We accepts applications from students and interest from employers throughout the calendar year. Access to the largest pool of candidates will occur in Spring through the Fall. Employer Timeline Mentoring Mentorship is a critical element of the Youth Apprenticeship program. the quality of mentoring is critical to apprentices’ learning and persistence in the program as well as future employment decisions. Mentoring Resource Child Labor Laws The laws regarding the employment of minors have developed over time to ensure the safety and ongoing learning of students outside of a traditional school building. Child Labor Laws Still Have Questions? EMAIL US NOW!