National Apprenticeship Week is November 13-19, and Idaho Power is celebrating by honoring generations of apprentices who power communities across southern Idaho and eastern Oregon.
An apprenticeship is a great way to train for a stable, rewarding, high-paying career in the energy industry. Idaho Power offers three pre-apprentice and eight federally registered apprentice-level programs that all require three-to-four years of paid, on-the-job training before reaching a journey-level position.
Recent Idaho Power apprenticeship graduates also have the opportunity to earn an associate degree in Applied Technology from the College of Southern Idaho.
Idaho Governor Brad Little also proclaimed November to be Idaho Apprenticeship Month. Read the Governor’s proclamation and more about how Idaho’s LAUNCH funding may help graduating high school seniors prepare for an apprenticeship.
Learn more about Idaho Power apprenticeships at idahopower.com/apprentice.
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