Youth Apprenticeship is a one or two-year program that combines school-based and work-based learning. As a youth apprentice, students will earn an hourly wage, train with professionals in the field, and earn credits for high school.
Apprenticeships are open to juniors and seniors; they include specialized training, at the high school and/or off campus locations. Apprenticeship students are supported by the School-to-Career Coordinator:
Middleton High School's Youth Apprenticeship partners with Dane County School Consortium to provide students opportunities in the following programs:
- Automotive Technican
- Architecture and Construction
- Graphic Arts/Print
- Health Services
- Pharmacy Tech Assistant
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Information Technology
How do I get started?
Fill out the Youth Apprenticeship Application
Complete the applications and return to the School to Work Coordinator by February 5, 2016
Submit application with 3 recommendations (2 from teachers, counselors or administrator from Middleton High School, 1 from an adult outside the school)
Prepare to interview with your School to Career Coordinator
Why do you want to participate in this program?
School records are reviewed.
Have you explored the career path you are interested in?
Do you understand the youth apprenticeship responsibilities?