WCPS Youth Apprenticeship Maryland
Help Wanted: Student Job Opportunities
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
- Get paid for gaining work experience.
- Earn credits toward graduation.
- Receive one-on-one mentoring working side-by-side with high performing employees.
- Receive a State-issued industry skills certificate upon successfully completing the program.
- Be qualified to obtain permanent employment and opportunities for further training and education without the responsibility for student loans.
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE
Apprentice Business System Analyst
Beacon Grace LLC
20140 Scholar Drive STE 318
Contact: Becky Willard, 717-688-0325
· Accounting – Grade A or B
· Mathematics & Logic Skills
· Enjoys Creativity
· Desire to go into technology field
The student will be introduced to technology and professional services for the supply chain industry. You may learn about software implementation and consulting. Initially, the student will be introduced to different aspects of the business with guidance, training, and observation. Areas of training may include: Business Acumen; Professionalism; Business Systems; Project Management; Systems Analysis; Proposals; Networking; Requirements Gathering; Data Analysis; etc. Tasks and assignments may include: support business operations, support client projects (admin), research, writing assignments, and training on specific topics.
CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
227 North Prospect Street
Contact: Cheryllee Krasny, 301-733-1910 Ext. 343
Youth apprentices working at Beachley Furniture will experience hands-on training in the art of custom furniture manufacturing. An apprentice will work their way through each department in the factory in order to comprehensively understand all that is involved in building a piece of furniture. Their time at Beachley will consist of training in most, if not all, of the departments. Once an apprentice has seen the entire furniture manufacturing process, he/she may choose an area of interest for the remainder of their apprenticeship and/or eventual permanent job.
Interior Design, Project Management, Upholstery
Stacy Nicole Interior Design and Furnishings, Inc.
22 N Mulberry Street, Suite 110
Contact: Nicole Ingram, 240-500-8263
Interior design, including the management or records and clients. Project management by working with designers to provide a finished product. Create products to assist in the design of projects.
Five positions for interior design, two positions for project management, and two positions for upholstery, Detailed Job Descriptions, $8.75/hour. Submit application to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
MANUFACTURING, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
Computer Numeric Controlled Machinist, Computer Aided Drafting, Computer Aided Manufacturing Technician, Manufacturing Technician
RAMPF Molds Industries
90 Western Maryland Parkway
Contact: Josef Ott, 301-791-6880
Computer Numeric Controlled Machinist – Utilize drawings and other instructions to select, align and secure fixtures, tools, and materials to modify parts using Computer Numeric Controlled machines.
Three positions available, $9.00/hour. Submit application to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Computer Numeric Controlled Machinist
9455 Earley Drive
Contract: James Wolfe, 301-416-7497
Basic shop theory, machine set-up, basic programming of Computer Numeric Controlled machines. Machine operation and production of parts.