The admission process is managed by each Education Center campus and the requirements are in accordance with the Affirmative Action Plan and Selection Procedures for each program of study. In general, the admission process includes an informational meeting with the Program Director, sitting for any required exams, an interview with the program’s advisory committee, and signing the apprenticeship contract. Details can be found at the website for each campus and in their respective student handbooks.
1.) Must be 18 years of age and provide reliable proof of birth date;
2.) Must have high school diploma or GED and provide transcripts or official GED report; At the time of apprenticeship admission, a student without high school diploma or GED is advised that he/she will not be eligible to be admitted to WSCC or any degree programs. The student might be given an opportunity to secure the high school diploma or GED prior to graduation to join WSCC.
3.) Must submit copy of current valid driver’s license
Disclaimer: WSCC offers apprenticeship programs approved by the US Department of Labor. It is not a degree-granting institution.
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