Apprenticeship Programs

Terra State Community College has provided related apprenticeship training for over 70 companies for the skilled trades since 1969. Our apprenticeship training programs focus on industrial trades and manufacturing. Courses taken can be used as a pathway to a certificate and/or a degree program.

  • HVAC
  • Electrician
  • Machinist
  • Millwright
  • Mechanics
  • Multi Craft
  • Tool and Die Making
  • Welders
  • Machine Set-Up
  • Robotic Set-Up
  • Hydraulics and Pneumatics/On site to customized

Our apprenticeship programs are designed to meet employer and employee needs and are in cooperation with the State of Ohio Apprenticeship Council and The US Department of Labor.

  • The Ohio State Apprenticeship Council registers and monitors apprenticeship programs in our state to ensure their quality and safety. Ohio has over 900 Registered Apprenticeship programs that teach high-level skills for today's work-place. Each program includes, at minimum, 2000 hours of structured on-the-job training and 144 hours per year of related technical instructions.

Learn more about Ohio apprenticeships

Apply for Apprenticeships

Our apprenticeship programs are highly personalized, and will need to meet with an advisor after filling out the application. Under the 'Employement Information' section of the application, please select 'Yes' when asked if you are an apprentice or employer sponsored.

New First-Time College Student

I graduated from high school or earned a GED but have never attended another college before (this does not include college classes taken as a high school student as part of the College Credit Plus program).

Transfer Student

I took classes as an adult at another college and would like to pursue my degree or certificate at Terra State.

Learn More About Apprenticeships

For questions regarding apprenticeship programs or which application to choose, please contact Lyn Sullivan at or 419.559.2391.

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