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Get College Credits for Your Apprenticeship

If you’re a member of Iron Workers Local 25 and you’ve completed your apprenticeship, you can get college credits for your experience. These credits put you well on your way to earning an associate degree in construction supervision.

WCC awards credits for five approved apprenticeship programs:

How to Get Your Credits

To get college credits for your apprenticeship, you must:

  1. Successfully complete a single three-credit class from WCC
  2. Complete the Apprenticeship Credit Request form
  3. Fax or mail the completed form to WCC:

    Washtenaw Community College
    Student Records — Union Trades
    4800 E. Huron River Drive
    Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800
    Fax: 734-677-5197

More Training = Job Security

“Naturally, the greater number of courses and certifications you have earned, the more likely it is that there will always be jobs available to you. That means your education doesn’t—and shouldn’t—end once you complete your apprenticeship.”

—ironworkers.org

Conquer Your Fear

“Overcome the intimidation of college and taking classes; you can do it. Set a school schedule and stick to it.”

—Michael Bedell
BAC Local 9
Lansing, Mich.

Give It a Try

“I’ve never had a better staff to work with than the Washtenaw Community College mentors and educators. They made obtaining my college degree easier than I ever thought possible—you’d be crazy to pass up an opportunity like this. I wish all my Union Brothers and Sisters would give it a try.”

—Thomas Stewart
UA Local 21
Peekskill, N.Y.

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