Define Your Future.
Own Your Impact.
Apprenticeships help you develop new skills, build a career and make an impact in your hometown community.
South Piedmont Community College offers opportunities for employers and workers to mutually benefit from apprenticeship programs. Giving workers the opportunity to take their future into their own hands from right here in Anson County.
Our apprenticeship programs help local businesses hire and train talent for the following industries: information technology, mechanical maintenance, public health, advanced manufacturing, construction trades, and transportation and logistics.
Why Become an Apprentice?
For A Better Future.
Joining an apprentice program gives you the ability to chart your path through paid work, on-the-job skills training and a nationally-recognized, quality credential. You feel the immediate impact of having a high-paying job while you learn.
- Paid Job
- On-the-Job Training
- Classroom Learning
Apprentices benefit from support in the workplace and the classroom where you can learn from job site mentors, skilled workers and knowledgeable instructors. Finding your next career is made easier through SPCC’s apprenticeship programs. Find your spot today!
Have a Question?
Contact SPCC's Director of Apprenticeships
Russell Carpenter: email@example.com
I want to learn more!
Recruiting Local Talent Made Easier for Businesses.
South Piedmont is your hometown partner in recruiting talented, skilled workers to grow your business. Apprentice programs are a great way to recruit, develop and retain highly-motivated and skilled workers to fill jobs you need.
Working with SPCC allows you to hire & train talent that is more likely to stay than other workers. In fact, over 90% of our apprentices choose to stay with their placements and become long-term employees.
It’s easy to make an impact in your business and own your future growth!Click here to watch video.
About South Piedmont Community College
South Piedmont Community College has served Union and Anson Counties since 1999 and offers over 37 different programs. Learn more about South Piedmont Community College at www.spcc.edu