Alamance Community College is proud to offer apprenticeships for youth and adults in several areas.

Are you ready to learn advanced skills, jump into a stable career, and become a leader? Alamance Community College provides an avenue through the Career Accelerator Program for high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit tuition-free while getting paid to receive on-the-job training.  

The Career Accelerator Program (CAP) is a partnership of ABSS, the Alamance County Area Chamber of Commerce, ACC, and local manufacturing-based companies.

Ready to get started?

Visit the CAP website to learn about your next steps!

Upcoming Opportunities


Alamance Community College is also offering adult apprenticeships in different areas, including but not limited to, Welding, Automotive, HVAC, and Horticulture.

As part of the Duke Energy/Piedmont Natural Gas Community College Apprenticeship Grant, ACC will be offering an eight-week pre-apprenticeship from March 16 to May 11, 2023. The class will meet on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6 pm to 8:50 pm. Pre-apprentices will meet an additional three nights for OSHA-10 certification (March 22, March 29, and April 5). Our AID pre-apprenticeship prepares adults for careers in manufacturing and the trades by providing 8 weeks of free, hands-on and classroom instruction that will equip them with trade-specific skills and certifications. If you are interested in finding the right career for you while earning credentials, this is the program for you.

Program overview:

  • Classroom instruction, including communication skills, industry overview, financial wellbeing, employability skills, personal health, career preparation, and job exploration  (will lead to college credit for PTE-111 Pathway to Employment)
  • Hands-on experience in Machining, Welding, Heating & Air, Mechatronics, Computer-Aided Drafting, and Automotive
  • Facility tours

Sign up now!

We will also host an information session on February 23, 2023 at 5 pm. To register for this session, please visit this link.

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Many companies are struggling to find enough qualified job applicants to replace skilled workers they are losing to other companies or retirement.  That makes keeping up with demand or growth even more difficult.

Employers all over the country have discovered that apprenticeship is one way to close the skills gap.  There are already more than 23,400 registered apprenticeship programs across the nation.

Apprenticeship can help you reduce your turnover rate, increase your productivity, build a pipeline for new talent, and engage your employees as well as create loyalty and leadership in them.


Contact Information
Bettina Akukwe | Apprenticeship Coord | 336-532-5034

Bettina Akukwe
Apprenticeship Coordinator
Office T-151