Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship Community Hub

Connecting your future

The Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship Community Hub is designed to address apprentice, employer, and industry needs, and to help connect your future. The Apprenticeship Community Hub is a free resource that:

  • Delivers navigation resources, support and programs
  • Showcases the trades and stimulates learning
  • Helps remove barriers for those looking to participate and succeed in the skilled trades
  • Keeps apprentices in movement to strengthen our local, provincial and federal economy

Career Profiles

Watch our skilled trades career profiles to see what Mohawk grads are up to.

Meet Our Team

Rebecca Isowa


Rebecca Isowa, Associate Dean, Electrical, Transportation and Innovation

Justine Kaldeway

Justine Kaldeway, Campus Coordinator

Amy Petsche

Amy Petsche, Skilled Trades Training Coordinator

Learn about Apprenticeship


Understand Ministry training standards, in-school apprenticeship training dates, financial incentives and get resources to become a more effective trainer.

How we can help

Registered Apprentices

With industry recognized training, state-of-the-art labs and shops, and experienced faculty, Mohawk apprentices are highly skilled and can receive an Ontario College Certificate.

Study at Mohawk

Future Apprentices

Hands on learning and in-demand jobs, find out how apprenticeship training sets you up for success!

How to get started


We’re here to help your students explore skilled trades and understand opportunities for careers in the skilled trades.

Resources for educators

About the Hub

Interior image of the Hub, with desk and chair

Located in The Marshall School of Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship, The Hub will strive to elevate the way Mohawk meets the needs of its community by defining multiple pathways and increasing access to skilled trades and apprenticeship.

The Hub’s Priorities are:

  1. Provide resources to individuals interested in the skilled trades
  2. Strengthen relationships with employers/experts in the industry
  3. Promote the skilled trades as a viable career option

Karen Breitner '88, '92

2020 Alumni of Distinction recipient

Contact us to learn more

Connect with an Apprenticeship Representative.