About the Apprentice School
For more than 60 years, the Ingalls Apprentice School has provided world-class training to men and women seeking to learn advanced manufacturing skills and build a career in shipbuilding.
The Apprentice program ranges in length from two to four years of classroom instruction and hands-on development. Ingalls partners with local community colleges to provide course work in related studies. An apprentice who successful completes the program can receive 36 semester hours of credit toward an Associate of Applied
Science degree in Occupational Education. The combination of classroom studies and real-world work experience not only provide apprentices with the skills they need to perform their chosen crafts, it also builds a strong work ethic, character and leadership skills needed to succeed at Ingalls Shipbuilding.
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