Apprenticeship Catawba: Wow!

Companies offer great opportunity to high schoolers

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Posted: Friday, September 13, 2013 12:00 am

CATAWBA COUNTY NC – The newly-announced Apprenticeship Catawba program is aimed at helping local high school students work themselves into high-paying jobs.

Technibilt, Sarstedt USA, Tenowo Nonwovens, GKN Sinter Metals and ZF Chassis Components have joined forces with Catawba Valley Community College as well as the North Carolina Department of Labor to offer four-year apprenticeships to high school seniors in Alexander, Catawba and Lincoln counties.

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