Edmonds College Logo
Posted Sept. 23 - Serving and supporting students and the community remotely. Please do not come to campus unless you have an in-person class. Text us your questions at 425.243.0867.
COVID-19 updates | Fall 2020 Back to School Guide | Get ready to learn online | Get your books

Apprentice Resources

Congratulations! You have taken the first step to become an Occupational Safety & Health Apprentice.   
As an apprentice you will have the opportunity to earn while you learn.  The apprenticeship program places you in the workforce to gain the technical skills while you go to school part time gaining the knowledge and concepts of a safety career.

Being an apprentice requires you to maintain eligibility as a student and as an apprentice.  You must know that you will be working with the college and the apprenticeship program.  While the two collaborate, you will have responsibilities to meet with both the school and program. 

Prior to enrolling in classes you must meet with the Program Director.Meet with Program Director Darren Linker.

At the same time you will need to apply for the apprenticeship program at Certified Safety Specialist Apprenticeship Program

There are many support services and resources available to you as a student.  

Advising  - you will need to meet with Program Director Darren Linker prior to registering for class. 



Computer Labs

Student Technology Advice and Resource Team (START)


Financial Aid,


Workforce Funding

Basic Food and Employment Training

Opportunity Grant

Worker Retraining


VA Education Benefits


Services for Students with Disabilities

Learning Support Center

Veterans Resources

Career Action Center

Online Learning Support