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Announcements

05/15/15 - Advanced courses begin NEXT week (5/18) for TNCC and The Apprentice School.  TCC classes begin the week of 5/25.  The advanced course schedule will be posted this afternoon once selections are announced.  (Selections were posted at 1:30 PM on 5/15/15.)

05/04/15 -The Apprentice School Student Section of SNAME invites you to attend their Boat Design Competition Race Day event at The Lion's Bridge at The Mariners' Museum on Saturday May 9 from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM.  The event is free and open to the public, so please come and bring your family and friends!

04/29/15 - HomeBuyers 101 Workshop, Wednesday, May 13, 2015, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., Alumni Room, The Apprentice School
You must RSVP.  For more info, see the flyer on the Apprentice Information page.

SPRING BOOK RETURN AND SUMMER PICK-UP FOR ALL ADVANCED OPTIONAL SECTIONS:
Tuesday 05/12 - Thursday 05/14 at the 3rd Floor Large Storage Room till 5:00 pm.
You MUST see Sally Krystyn in the 4th floor-office 412 for parking passes before picking up your books (DO NOT stand in line for books if you have not seen her!)

3/31/15 - The student and section schedules for the WCSC Spring term have been posted on the Apprentice Information page.  Classes begin on April 6 and April 7 of next week!

Check out the 2015 Academic Schedule on the Apprentice Information page


  • Academic Mission Statement

    The Apprentice School academic faculty provides a technical foundation and develops analytical, leadership and critical thinking skills in the apprentices of Newport News Shipbuilding, resulting in shipbuilders who have the capacity for continuing education and leadership development, capable of leading Newport News Shipbuilding in the construction of the nation’s greatest ships.

    Academic Vision Statement

    The Apprentice School academic faculty strives to be innovative, forward thinking and recognized by Newport News Shipbuilding as an essential investment in the development of its future leaders and nationally as the premier institution of leadership development in shipbuilding.

     


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