Apprenticeship Program in Partnership with Lansing Community College
Skilled Trades Employment Opportunity for High School Graduating Seniors
If you are you a graduating Senior wondering what you want to do after graduation? If yes, Sinto America Corporation might have the answer for you.
Sinto America, a global leader in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art machinery, seeks to hire a number of self-motivated graduating seniors who possess the desire to learn and pursue a career in the Skilled Trades at its manufacturing facility in Grand Ledge, Michigan. Sinto offers the possibility of an Apprenticeship Program which integrates on the job specialized training and development, together with offsite job related college level courses. Program graduates earn college credits (all class room and material expenses fully covered up front), and are required to work 8000 hours at Sinto in their structured program. Upon successful completion of the estimated 4-year program, graduates will be issued a Journey worker’s card by the US Department of Labor. Sinto’s manufacturing skilled trades apprenticeship positions include:
- Welder / Steel Fabricators
- Machine Builder
A Job + An Education = A Career
Sinto America Corporation’s apprenticeship program, in partnership with Lansing Community Colleges, offers on the job training and tuition paid college courses to be applied towards a career in the skilled trades area of pipefitter, electrical, machinist and steel fabrication/welding. These are full time positions with company sponsored benefits.
What are we looking for?
- High school seniors, graduating in 2023
- Excellent attendance record
- Willing to accept a four year commitment to work full time days and attend company paid evening college courses, two year commitment after completion/graduation
- Dedication and drive to complete college classes
- Physically and mentally able to perform the work of the selected “skilled trade”
- Have a valid driver’s license and dependable transportation
The Lansing Community College Apprenticeship Office will be a primary resource for encouraging, supporting and connecting apprenticeship sponsoring companies and their apprentices to relevant related technical instruction along with identifying emerging occupations for possible new apprenticeship opportunities.
The Lansing Community College Apprenticeship Office seeks to provide personal support and guidance for sponsoring companies and their apprentices throughout their apprenticeship training ultimately enriching lives, our community and economic growth.
How to submit a resume for consideration as a candidate?
- Items to submit:
- Current resume detailing career goals, skills, employment history and education
- Current high school transcripts
- Letter of recommendation from a teacher, advisor, employer (non-family member)
- Copies of achievement awards received throughout high school years, if applicable
- Mail, fax or email “items to submit” to:
HR Department – Attention Apprenticeship Committee
150 Orchard St. Grand Ledge, MI 48837
Phone: 517-371-2460 X 1076
Confidential Fax: 517-371-1396
After reviewing the information that details this exciting opportunity and you or parents of graduating seniors have questions, please contact the Human Resources Department.
Amy Busch, HR Director