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Apprenticeship Randolph is accepting applications from high school juniors and seniors through March 9. Shown here are, from left, Jerry Mize, Will Flores, Abby Goss and Joshua DeFreese. 

Apprenticeship Randolph

ASHEBORO — Are you a current high school junior or senior interested in a career in advanced manufacturing?


Apprenticeship Randolph is taking applications now through March 9. 


Interested students should contact their high school’s career development coordinator or visit apprenticeshiprandolph.com to see the timeline. 


Open houses are scheduled for the same dates at various company partners, and each student must attend at least one with a parent. 


Apprenticeship Randolph is open to any junior or senior high school student living in Randolph County or enrolled in Randolph County public school, private school, charter school, or a North Carolina registered homeschool with legal status to work in the United States and who meets these program eligibility guidelines: 

- Current high school juniors or seniors residing or attending school (public, private, charter, homeschool) in Randolph County.

- Unweighted grade point average (GPA) of 2.8 (if below a 2.8 GPA, additional college classes may be necessary). 

- Successfully completed Math I, II, and III (Precalculus desired).

- Good attendance (no more than five absences per year).

- Attend a company open house with a parent/guardian.

- Have reliable transportation for school and work.

- Pass an employer drug test if hired as a pre-apprentice.

- Perform essential functions per employer partner if hired as a pre-apprentice.

- Perform essential functions listed for each Associate in Applied Science degree listed on the Technical Standards tab at https://www.randolph.edu/academics/college-majors/manufacturing-technology/index.aspx. 


Apprenticeship Randolph is Randolph County’s premier opportunity for current juniors and seniors living and/or learning in Randolph Count to get a jump start on a professional career in booming local industries.


Students have the opportunity to maximize earning potential, gain valuable skills and experience through on-the-job training, and earn an Associate of Applied Science degree from Randolph Community College at no cost to the student.