From graduations to promotions to certifications, our apprentices celebrated major accomplishments this year.

Here at C&W Services, we take the long-term health of the facilities industry seriously. So, in response to the trade-skills gap, we redesigned and expanded our apprenticeship program. Participants in our two-year program now receive rigorous on-the-job training and tuition assistance, and we’ve leveraged local partnerships to provide a structured program that uses an established curriculum.

We couldn’t be prouder of all our apprentices. And so, as 2019 comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to highlight all of their accomplishments during the back half of the year.

  • Mike Collins made the Dean’s List.
  • Spencer Moore received an “A” for his Summer Term.
  • Brett Nelson graduated and passed his license exam.
  • Tom Vaughan graduated.
  • Jim Rowland progressed from year three to year four.
  • Jose Moreno progressed from year three to year four.
  • Wyatt Johnson progressed from year two to year three.
Welcoming our new apprentices.

We also had some new apprentices join us during the back half of 2019. Please help us welcome our new team members!

Hunter Hazel is one of our apprentices at ToyotaHunter Hazel – Toyota

Hunter comes to us straight out of high school with a great work ethic and a hunger for knowledge. He has been with C&W services for about a month and has made great progress familiarizing himself with various systems. In his free time, Hunter enjoys hunting, fishing, camping and a plethora of other outdoor activities. He is excited about this new opportunity to expand his knowledge and jump-start his career in the HVAC field.

Apprentice Spencer Moore is is an apprentice at CumminsSpencer Moore – Cummins

Spencer has over four years of HVAC experience and is working toward his journeyman’s certification. The apprenticeship program means a lot to him, as earning his certification will allow him to take on more senior roles and better support his family. He’s enjoying his schoolwork, especially his electrical classes, as their helping him better understand all aspects of HVAC.

Nathaniel is starting his facilities career as an apprentice at CumminsNathanael Prokop – Cummins

Nathanael graduated from high school this past May (2019) and is currently enrolled at Nash Community College, where he’s studying for his degree in Industrial System Technology. He began working for C&W Services this past summer as an intern on a 5S project, and that experience inspired him to join the apprenticeship program.

Scott is developing his facilities skills as an apprentice at Red HatScott Ronchetti – Red Hat

Prior to joining C&W Services, Scott obtained his high school diploma from Minutemen High School in Lexington, MA. He hopes the apprenticeship program will help him learn more about HVAC and will lead to future opportunities.

See our apprentices thrive.

If you missed any of our apprenticeship stories this year, we encourage you to check them out. You’ll see how our apprentices are helping us raise the value of facility services.

  • A group of female maintenance technicians, some of whom are apprentices, are redefining the idea of who works in the facilities industry.
  • When Justin first enrolled at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, he didn’t have a specific career in mind. However, after experience first semester classes, he settled on facilities engineering and is currently kickstarting his career as a member of our apprenticeship program.
  • Brian joined our apprenticeship program to show his two daughters that they can do great things in life. Since joining, he’s experienced rapid career growth.
  • After years in the Air Force, Ali wanted to put the skills he learned while serving to use in the civilian world. He’s discovered a great professional match in our apprenticeship program.
  • A few years ago, Frank was stressed about his job as a security officer, and he decided he needed a change. So he enrolled in our apprenticeship program. His hard work has paid off, as he just passed his EPA 608 Universal Certification exam.
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