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Aesthetics Skin Deep Spa is closed for 2018-2019 school year.  It will open in January 2020.  

Cosmetology Salon 31 clinic is closed for the 2018-2019 school year.  It will open in January 2020.    


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Apprenticeship Info

 APPRENTICESHIP - Prepare for a career - not just a job

No matter your interests, Apprenticeships are an alternate education path to finding a career while allowing students to “earn while they learn” with little or no educational debt. 

A Registered Apprenticeship program is a federal program that is administered by the U.S. Department of Labor’s (USDOL) Office of Apprenticeship (OA).  There are no fees associated with registering a program or an apprentice.

An apprentice is a full-time, paid employee who is under a written agreement with the sponsoring organization. An apprenticeship must include at least 2,000 hours of on-the-job training and a recommended 144 hours of related technical instruction, but many apprenticeship programs are one to five years, depending on the trade.

Upon completion apprentices are issued a nationally recognized Certificate of Completion by the US Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship.

Employers can play an active role in shaping the quality of their future workforce by developing a customized program geared to meet their labor needs.  For more information or to discuss your needs contact Christina Shockley cshockley@hcvsd.org or 908-788-1119 x 2007.

Youth Apprenticeships

Your future, your choice, GET PAID while gaining relevant work experience

Youth Apprenticeships are unique opportunities for juniors and seniors to start preparing for their career path while still in high school.  They combine school-based learning with real on-the-job training with an employer. Students will earn a paycheck while exploring an exciting career and gaining valuable hands-on skills.

HCVSD Youth Apprenticeships include, but not limited to; culinary, automotive and veterinary assistant. 

Benefits of Program:

-Create a link between high school and post-secondary options

-Gain marketable industry skills

Post-secondary and business partnerships are essential for a successful youth apprenticeship program.  We continue to expand our partnerships with local businesses in an effort to increase opportunities to place students.  For more information contact Apprenticeship-Business Outreach Coordinator Dan Larkins dlarkins@hcvsd.org or 908-284-1444 x 2133.

Apprenticeship classes currently offered at Hunterdon County Vocational School District are automotive, culinary, electrical, plumbing and veterinary assistant/lab technician.

Apprenticeships Links:

Apprenticeship Training in NJ

Office of Apprenticeship - U.S. Dept. of Labor

Apprenticeable Occupation List

Apprenticehip Community of Practice




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