Depending on the program, a student may attend John Hinds Career Center in Elwood or the Kokomo Area Career Center. Students have the opportunity to earn a certificate, license, and/or college credit (aka: dual credit) within their program.
- Apprenticeships & Certifications - Power point slides explaining apprenticeships, certifications, licenses and what students can do NOW to be ready by graduation.
John Hinds Career Center - Opening in 1968, Hinds Career Center is located in northwest Madison County in Elwood Indiana, the second largest city in the county. It serves seven school districts in Madison, Hamilton, Tipton, and Grant counties. 2017 Salaries of JHCC Programs
Kokomo Area Career Center - The career and college preparation programs available at the Kokomo Area Career Center cover a wide variety of career and job clusters. Students have the opportunity to learn new skills, practice those skills in a real-life lab situation, and demonstrate their skills in an actual work experience.
Indiana Skills - Indiana's data resource connecting Hoosier skills with high demand jobs.
Built To Succeed - Economic growth and new technology have created an explosion of opportunity in construction. From skilled tradesmen to project managers to technical engineers and even company owners... the depth of opportunity has never been greater! Instead of simply registering for four years of education, consider an apprenticeship program that can offer you education and a career in one of the nation’s hottest industries.
The Indiana Plan is a pre-apprenticeship training program sponsored by the Indiana State Building Trades. The Indiana Plan recruit, informs and educates eligible program participants about the steps to take to become accepted into construction apprenticeship programs. Trainees participating in the Indiana Plan program prepare for the apprenticeship aptitude test, work on good interviewing techniques, job readiness and resume preparation, and they receive counseling on upcoming apprenticeship openings in the construction trades.
Students may consider the Jack Laurie Apprenticeship program in Indianapolis, Lafayette, or Fort Wayne. Jack Laurie specializes in flooring for commercial, residential, and specialty flooring. Workers are part of carpentry and bricklayers unions.