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WesTool Apprenticeship Program

Providing unique career opportunities in tool and die operations and mold-making

Successful Completion of a WesTool Apprenticeship=

Full-time employment (during and after apprenticeship)
Full health coverage, vacation, holidays, 401K and more
Hands-on career training
Continued education with 100% tuition reimbursement
Long-term career opportunities with no tuition debt
National industry certification

What Is a WesTool Apprenticeship?

This nondiscriminatory program is a four-year/8,000-hour apprenticeship combining paid work experience at WesTool with related course study in the technical aspects of the tool & die and mold-making trades. Those who complete the program, developed to meet standards of competence established by WesTool, will earn Certificates of Completion of Apprenticeship from the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Apprenticeship & Training. WesTool looks forward to hiring those who complete the program as journeypersons with all the benefits and opportunities the title entails.

An Opportunity to Succeed

Jason Hammons, 39

“I’m always doing something different.”

Jason Hammons was 20 when he entered the apprenticeship program. His father was a machinist, so Jason knew what he wanted to do. He mastered handwork and shearing/spotting during the apprenticeship and was hired at WesTool right away. He’s still there today – 18 years later – because he enjoys the variety, from working on extremely large molds to welding, operating CMMs, fabricating and more. And what he’s learned on the job goes home with him and helps him restore minibikes, work on vehicles and remodel his home.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are the questions asked most frequently about apprenticeships in general. If your questions are not included here, please feel free to contact us

Your Career Is Waiting. Let's Talk.

Are you ready to talk about a career in mold-making? If so, click the Let’s Talk button and provide us with your contact information. We’ll follow up with you soon.

Or, if you’re ready to apply, let’s get started.