This is an INCREDIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITY for you. You will be contacted by AEP/APEX regarding the interview process once they receive the information above/attached. Please note: You must have already completed Circuits I (ELEC113) or be in process of successfully completing it to be considered. You will see on the application that your materials should be emailed directly to ApexApprenticeship_TED@apexsystems.com [NOTE: You are welcome to CC me on the submission if you wish.)
This hybrid apprenticeship program supports working part-time and receiving on-the-job training at AEP, plus taking your COTC courses, so you’re on track to graduate in May 2020 and prepared for a position as a Transmission Dispatcher or Reliability Coordinator.
Please contact Whit Tussing in the Engineering Technologies department for more details email@example.com, or you may reach out to me directly. Also, for your resume refinement, you should contact Derek Thatcher, our Manager for Career Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck, and PLEASE take full advantage of this opportunity.
By November 2nd, submit the following documents to ApexApprenticeship_TED@apexsystems.com
- Attached Interest Form/Application
- Essay response
Vicki Maple, M.Ed.
Vice President, Workforce Development, Community Affairs & Extended Campuses
P.S. Some students have asked if a double-major is acceptable or encouraged. Absolutely, yes! (a) Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology or (b) Computer Information Technology and Electrical Engineering Technology may make the strongest pairings.