Regional Apprenticeship Pathways (RAP) 

Is offered to high school juniors, seniors (+5 year seniors), and currently enrolled EvCC students interested in gaining pre-apprenticeship skills in the areas of: carpentry, electrical, and labor. Students will gain valuable transferable skills leading to industry certification, college credit and certification as well as preferred entry into a professional apprenticeship. High school students will learn alongside students from surrounding districts as well as college students offering higher engagement in real-world career focused instruction. Students will spend an extended period of time, participating in either a morning or afternoon session (3 periods per day) on projects allowing for deeper levels of understanding and experiential learning. Previous construction coursework or experience is advantageous but not required.
1 Lab Science
1 Third Year Math
College Credit Available EvCC
Provided by most districts
Marysville Pilchuck Campus
AM or PM:
Sessions available. See your high school counselor to get started!

1.0 CTE, 1.0 3rd Year Mathematics, 1.0 Lab Science or Elective Credit(s), EVCC Manufacturing Employment Readiness MFG T 102 credits
Upon successful completion of the RAP program and required testing, students earn certifications in OSHA 30, and Manufacturing Employment Readiness MFG T 102.
The College Credits in Manufacturing Employment Readiness MFG T 102 are awarded to students earning a final grade of B or better. Credits are awarded by Everett Community College, and cover the knowledge and skills required for entry level positions in diverse workplace scenarios. Content includes a survey of mechanical concepts, precision measurement, blueprint reading, quality assurance, workforce skills/communication, ergonomics, lean manufacturing, and sustainable business practices.


Career possibilities for successful RAP graduates are only limited by the imagination. Many jobs that students are preparing for may not yet exist. Students gain hands on experience in many trades, some of which include: carpentry, electrical, welding, sheet metal, masonry, and labor.




How do I apply?

Complete and submit an application (We are in the process of updating the current application). The application process includes submission of all of the following:

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