Our educational and development programs are designed to incorporate real-world work experience and learning into the experience of our employees and prospective employees. This practical experience combines a holistic and realistic understanding of the business world, and specifically the graphic communications industry.
Our Apprenticeship Training Program is designed to prepare individuals for occupations in all phases of our industry from creative to digital and offset printing through products and fulfillment. The 1-year program combines structured on-the-job training – supervised by experienced employees – with related instruction at your learning institution.
The Apprenticeship Program provides hands-on training to those who are interested in working in our industry. Successful completion indicates the Apprentice’s ability to run specific machinery and equipment within the plant, and provides the Company the ability to assess the Apprentice for plant supervision and management positions for the future.
If you like challenge of learning a new skill, if you have good aptitude, and if you like to earn while you learn, our Apprenticeship training program could be for you. Apprenticeship is the process of learning an occupation through both on-the-job training (practical, paid experience) and learning the related technical knowledge. You must be 18 years old and legally able to live and work in the United States to apply for our program.
The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) is an excellent resource for your apprenticeship journey. PGSF is a not-for-profit, private, industry-directed organization that awards undergraduate college scholarships and graduate fellowship assistance to men and women interested in graphic communication careers. If you’re not sure what graphic communications career is right for you, PGSF has created a map showing careers available in the industry: