WAFE Department | A.A.S. Associates of Applied Science Degree
Limited Entry Program: Admission by Application through Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees (JATCs) Only. See "How To Apply for Apprenticeship" below.
Associate degree programs for the following trades: Limited Energy, Protective Signaling, Plumbing and Painting.
Students enrolled in our apprenticeship program will go to school in the evenings and work at a company in their trade during the day.
Apprentices typically start their classroom hours in fall term once accepted in the program. These programs range from two to four years depending on the requirements for that trade. After successful completion of the related instruction coursework and on-the-job hours, students have the opportunity to take the state licensure test for the journeyman card in their field.
Types of degrees/certificates available through CCC:
- Construction Trades, General Apprenticeship AAS Degree
- Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies AAS Degree
- Construction Trades, General Apprenticeship Certificate of Completion
- Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies Certificate of Completion
- Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies, Limited Electrician Technologies Certificate of Completion
Apprenticeship programs available through CCC:
Trades are in large demand, offer good pay, steady work and opportunities to advance.
- Plumber average journeyman wage $36.96 hourly; apprentice starts $16.63.
- Painting average journeyman wage $22.50 hourly; apprentice starts $15.75.
- Limited Energy A license average journey $31.37-$32 hourly; apprentice starts $15.68-$16.
- Limited Energy B license average $30 hourly; apprentice starts $15.
How to apply for an apprenticeship
The next step is to contact the local Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) affiliated with your choice:
For scholarships opportunities, apply for the CCC Foundation Scholarship and review the External Scholarship List for scholarships related to the trades and apprenticeship.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology & Management
Students in our apprenticeship programs can transfer up to 60 credits of related training coursework to use toward a Bachelor's of Science in Technology and Management at Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT).
Bachelor of Applied Science in Operations Management
Students in our apprenticeship programs can transfer up to 30 credits of related training coursework to use toward a Bachelor's of Science in Operations Management at Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT).
Apprenticeship Advisor (Prospective and Current Students)
Director of Apprenticeship
Equal Employment Opportunity
Clackamas Community College and the Apprenticeship Sponsor will not discriminate against apprenticeship applicants or apprentices based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, genetic information, or because they are in individual with a disability or a person 18 years old or older. The Apprenticeship Sponsor will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship and will operate the apprenticeship program as required under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 30.
Filing a Harassment or Discrimination Complaint
If you think that you have been subjected to discrimination, you may file a complaint within 300 days from the date of the alleged discrimination or failure to follow the equal opportunity standards. For information on how to file a complaint, please view our pledge.