Apprenticeship & Education Center
COVID-19 UPDATE:To provide support for apprentices during the COVID-19 crisis, we've put together a listing of college and community resources that may help provide financial and other assistance.
Remote Operations Update:
The Georgetown Campus main offices will be operating remotely until further notice pending evolving Washington state executive orders in response to COVID-19. Apprenticeship programs will vary in hybrid, in-person, and online instruction. Please contact the appropriate program for more details on class format and schedule, application, and program info.
For general Georgetown & Apprenticeship inquiries:
Email: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Messages checked daily
- Callback is 1 – 2 business days
- Leave a voicemail with your name, call back number, and a short message.
Live Chat: The Georgetown Campus team can also be reached virtually through LiveChat. Click the link to be connected with a staff member.
Live Chat Hours: Tuesday & Thursday, 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. & 1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.
The Georgetown Campus trains more than 3,000 apprentices and journey-level workers annually in more than 50 different trades. Each of the training centers provides classroom and laboratory space with training equipment focused upon specific trade training needs.
The campus cooperates with many Joint Apprenticeship Committees to provide courses for apprentices and journey workers. Each program has it's own eligibility and admission requirements. To learn about these requirements, please visit the Apprenticeship Training Programs page. For more information about apprenticeship programs visit the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries website.
Each program offers certificate options. The variety of certificates plus an associate degree option provide students with the flexibility to reach their personal goals. With the completion of only a few classes outside of their apprenticeship training, apprentices can receive an AAS-T degree in Multi-Occupational Trades, which is transferable into any of Washington State's Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree programs, as well as programs at colleges that have an AAS-T articulation agreement with Seattle Colleges.
Apprenticeship programs offer immediate employment while training at family-wage jobs. Our students learn in the classroom and labs with the college and obtain practical hands-on experience in the industry. Upon completion, the student is knowledgeable and experienced in his or her chosen trade or occupation. The curriculum is developed in collaboration with business, labor, industry, and government through apprenticeship training committees, industry coalitions, and regulatory agencies. Employers and industry leaders are actively involved in training advancements and product development.
American Apprenticeship Initiative (AAI) Grant Director