Joint Apprenticeship Program

The CSU/SETC (State Employees Trades Council) Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) program is designed to provide the California State University with qualified, well-trained Facilities skilled trades workers. The apprenticeship program helps prepare building engineers, carpenters, locksmiths, electricians, painters and other roles.

Guidelines for the program are provided through the Standards of Apprenticeship, Affirmative Action Plan and Selection Procedures, Policies, Rules and Regulations, and all applicable federal and state laws and regulations.

How to Apply​

To apply for the JATC program, check your campus’s careers portal or human resources site for openings.

Forms & Resources

CSU campuses should use these documents to recruit and manage participants in the JATC program:

Program Reference Documents:
Apprentice Committee Handbook

Apprentice Occupations

Apprenticeship Standards

Rules and Regulations

Program Sub-Committee Forms and Documents:
Apprentice Agreement

Apprentice Annual Update Evaluation

Apprentice Classroom Training

JATC Work Progress Tracking Sheet

Quarterly Update by Campus Sub-Committee