How Do I Get One?


Step 1

Contact A Counselor

Talk to your school’s guidance counselor, your college’s career advisor, or a Dream It! Do It! Tennessee career advisor to find out more information on available training resources and scholarships.
Step 2

Complete Training

You can complete training in as little as 12 months! Tennessee offers the following programs: 12–18 months, two-year degree, and four-year degree. Training time varies depending on your desired career path.

 

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Step 3

Begin Your Career

Many advanced manufacturing training programs have 100% job placement in the state of Tennessee! Most manufacturers begin as a paid apprentice and move on to journeyman in 18 months.

Additional Resources

public.careercruising.com
Contains great software to help you plan for college and a great career.

indeed.com
Provides salary information for many manufacturing careers.

manufacturingiscool.com
Videos about how things are made and information about careers.

iwaswondering.org
Women who work in science and there’s even a robotics game!

egfi-k12.org
Engineering career info – from manufacturing to chemical to mechanical.

bls.gov
A career guide to hundreds of occupations!

manufacturingfuture.net
Programs to help you start your career.

www.tnpromise.gov

Beginning with the Class of 2015, students in Tennessee may apply for the Tennessee Promise scholarship, which will provide two years tuition-free education at a community college or technical school in Tennessee.

www.tnachieves.org

Find a mentor and make your post-secondary dream, a reality!