What students are eligible to participate?
What are the qualifications students must possess in order to apply?
Minimum 2.8 GPA
Successful completion of Algebra 1 & 1 other math course such as Algebra 2, Statistics, Calculus, Geometry
Interest in Engineering & Manufacturing
Excellent Attendance and Discipline records
Recommended high school courses (not all but 1 or more would be helpful)
Any related hands-on Courses
For what types of careers are students training?
Tool and Die Maker
What are some other benefits the Apprenticeship 2000 program offers?
All CPCC tuition and textbooks are paid for by Apprenticeship 2000
AAS degree in Mechatronics from CPCC
Apprenticeship Certification from NCDOL
Guaranteed job at completion of apprenticeship program with a
minimum starting salary of $36,000 a year + Benefits
For More information on this exiting opportunity, please visit the Apprenticeship 2000 website: