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U.S Apprenticeship Program
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U.S Apprenticeship Program

The skill gap of the U.S. Manufacturing industry is widening, and skilled workers are in high demand. Over the next decade, it is estimated that more than 3 million manufacturing jobs will need to be filled with individuals who possess the field knowledge and experience required to succeed.

Apprenticeships at Barnes provide opportunities for individuals to “earn while they learn,” and develop technical knowledge and skills for today’s dynamic manufacturing industry. We train apprentices in numerous fields, including machining, maintenance, inspection, welding, and administration. An apprenticeship typically lasts for 2 to 4 years.

The recruitment process begins in the spring, and most apprentices are hired in the summer.

Barnes recruits Apprentices from the following schools (not an exhaustive list):

Asnuntuck Community College – Enfield, Connecticut

Bristol Technical Education Center – Bristol, Connecticut

Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) – New Britain, Connecticut

Cincinnati State – Cincinnati, Ohio

Corry Vocational Technical School – Corry, Pennsylvania

Goodwin College – East Hartford, Connecticut

Lansing Community College – Lansing, Michigan

Roger L. Putnam High School – Springfield, Massachusetts

Lanier Technical College – Georgia

Lynn Vocational Technical School – Massachusetts

U.S. Apprenticeship Locations:

Barnes Aerospace – East Granby, Connecticut

Barnes Aerospace – Lansing, Michigan

Barnes Aerospace – West Chester, Ohio

Barnes Aerospace – Windsor, Connecticut

Manner USA, Inc. – Lawrenceville, Georgia

Synventive North America – Peabody, Massachusetts

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Apprenticeship Brochure

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Apprenticeship Handbook

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