Congratulations to First Machine Operators Apprenticeship Finishers

L to R: Caden Crider, Luc Delavoy, Traver Larson

Congratulations to our first machine operators apprenticeship finishers This is a first of its kind apprenticeship, developed in conjunction with local industry, 2 school districts and CSI. The completion of this two-year program represents the culmination of 144 classroom hours and 2000 on the job training hours. It also provides a federal certification along with ties to local businesses for jobs. We are proud of this program and the young men involved. Another group of students have just completed their first-year cycle. Classes are held at Mt. Harrison in Minidoka, zero hour.   

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