Apprenticeship Community Hub
Mohawk College is one of the largest trainers of apprentices in Ontario, with more than 2,900 apprenticeship students enrolled in a wide variety of apprentice programs. Mohawk apprentices are recognized as industry-ready by employers.
Located at the Stoney Creek Campus, The Hub works to meet the needs of the community by:
- Providing resources to individuals interested in the skilled trades
- Strengthening relationships with employers/experts in the industry
- Promoting the skilled trades as a viable career option
“The Apprenticeship Community Hub is nurturing skilled trades professionals by providing access to reliable pathway resources and engaging our communities to showcase skilled trades as a viable and lucrative career choice.” – Kristy Hurley ’09, Program Manager, Marshall School of Skilled Trades Apprenticeship
This story originally appeared in the print issue of Fall 2022 InTouch magazine.
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