12 months of career preparation
Begin your journey with a cohort lead by AU staff and a local ecosystem on site at Apprentice University.
Successful completion of the Business Foundation Certificate is required to become a paid Apprentice.
Through a variety of discussion, practical application, and courses, you will be prepared to successfully navigate a full-time apprenticeship.
Who is Orienteering for?
Orienteering is for high school graduates who are motivated to learn and discover where their talents and interests converge. You can expect to engage and exemplify your understanding of business foundational skills required by the marketplace in a faith based community.
What does a typical week look like?
Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 1:00pm
Collaborate as a cohort, participate in workshops, practice and prepare for a career.
Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Take classes during the fall and spring sessions in-person, at Apprentice University.
Are you ready?
High school diploma or equivalent
Minimum age of 18 by onboarding activities
Intermediate computer skills - we offer in-program training, so you don't need to be an expert before you start.
Ability to attend Apprentice University in person.
Openness to learning, training, collaboration, feedback and comprehensive development.
Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills.
Time management skills, prioritizing tasks throughout the day, all while paying close attention to details.
Contact Admissions if you have any questions.