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Automotive Apprenticeship of California
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
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General Information About AAC

General InfoThe Automotive Apprenticeship is looking for eager, hard-working individuals willing to face the challenge of the growing demand in the automotive field.

We will train in both the workplace (employer's shop) for hands-on learning during the day and the local community college for classroom learning during the evening for two nights a week. Upon completion of the apprenticeship program's on-the-job training and school requirements, you will receive a State Trade Certificate issued by the Division of Apprenticeship Standards, State of California.

Benefits of the program include paid education, paid vacation, health & welfare, six-month advancement, dental/eye care, retirement/pension, and a 401k program (not available in all areas).

The minimum age requirement for the program is 18 years; there is no maximum age for the program. In addition, you must have a high school diploma or have passed the GED exam. You must also have a valid California Drivers Liscence and you must pass an entrance examination.

Wages start at 50% of Journeyman. Applicants, upon meeting the minimum entry requirements, will be given a list of employers.

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8130 Baldwin Street
Oakland, California 94621
Tel: (510) 569-8450
Fax: (510) 569-8452
Email: AutoJAC2@aol.com
www.autoapprenticeship.com
California Apprenticeship
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