• Apprenticeships are available in hundreds of positions ranging from Accounting Clerk to Machinist, Firefighter to Graphic Arts Technician, Boat Builder to Sheet Metal Worker. See hundreds of apprenticeship occupations  in Washington by using L&I's Find an Apprenticeship tool. Many apprenticeships lead to well-paying, high-demand jobs. Our buildings will always need maintenance; our airplanes and ferries and boats will always need to be put together; our children will always need to be taken care of; our offices will always need workers.  

    Most apprenticeships require a high school diploma or GED. Most have minimum ages of 17 or 18, so they would be options for our graduates. 

    Washington State Labor and Industries Department functions as Apprenticeship central for the state. See the links at right. 

Apprenticeship Resources