Industry Partners

Companies participating in Apprenticeship Works and the states in which the apprenticeships are active: 

  • Adient: Tennessee
  • Allegion: Illinois
  • Armstrong Flooring: West Virginia
  • Bowers Envelope: Indiana
  • Custom Manufacturing Services: West Virginia
  • Cyclops Industries: West Virginia
  • E&E Manufacturing: Tennessee
  • Elyria Foundry: Ohio
  • Europtec: West Virginia
  • General Stamping & Metalworks: Indiana
  • Gestamp: West Virginia, Tennessee
  • Hodge Foundry: Pennsylvania
  • Huntington Plating: West Virginia
  • Hydraulic Services and Supply: Kentucky
  • Kamtek: Alabama
  • Kobay-South: Tennessee
  • Level 1 Fasteners: West Virginia
  • Mann-Hummel: Tennessee
  • Martin Engineering: Illinois
  • Micro Machine Works: Ohio
  • Mohawk Industries: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington
  • Niche Polymer: West Virginia
  • Soles Enterprises: West Virginia
  • T & C Stamping: Alabama
  • Unipres: Tennessee
  • U.S. Navy: California
  • Weyerhaeuser: West Virginia, North Carolina, Michigan
  • Xuron: Maine


Success story:

Martin Engineering resolved a tough training issue by starting an apprenticeship program for its tool and die makers.


 What our industry partners say about Apprenticeship Works:

 “This program is allowing us the opportunity to increase our knowledge.  I am learning new ways to complete the tasks I have been assigned for many years.  I will continue to learn, and I will continue to teach others.”

-- Steve Brody, Martin Engineering

The apprenticeship program has turned my job into a career.”

-- Jacob McNamee, Martin Engineering

“The program makes it easier to track hours than before.”

-- Chuck Thumma, Martin Engineering

As an employer, the hybrid program allowed us an easy way to provide both classroom and on the job training in this specialty trade. RCBI made filling out the paperwork, determining hours, and getting us registered very easy.  We had no experience in getting the apprenticeship registered ourselves and did not have ready access to assessments and courses that would be needed.”

-- Kathy Erdmann, Martin Engineering


 "We couldn't find the talent we had for the vacancies we had. We knew we  had to take a different approach."

-- Linda McEntire, Mohawk Industries

 Their thriving apprenticeship programs has helped make Mohawk's training program one of the best in the nation. Read more about it.


















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