Youth Apprenticeship

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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:

Cherie Hellenbrand

Middleton High School's Youth Apprenticeship partners with Dane County School Consortium to provide students opportunities in the following programs:


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?


Dane County School Consortium