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The 18 month registered apprenticeship program provides comprehensive support to preserve professionals combining on the job learning and coursework at Santa Ana College. Successful completion of this program leads to the ability to obtain a California Child Development Teacher Permit.
Apprentices will be hired up to 30 hours per week as employees while they build the On-the-Job-Learning (OJL) around developmentally appropriate practices and so much more.
Apprentices will take child development and general education courses to accumulate the required units to achieve a California Child Development Teacher Permit
Individualized and Group Support
Apprentices will receive support from lead educators, faculty, peers and have access to all support services at Santa Ana College.
Applicants must have the legal right to work in the U.S., 18 years of age with a valid driver’s license and willing to have a health screening/TB assessment and required immunizations.
For More Information
Please contact Janet Deusenberry, Director of Special Projects, Early Childhood Education Apprenticeship Program, at ECEAP@sac.edu
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