Learning Support & Tutoring for Students
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As the world changes all around us, acquiring technical skills is what brings opportunity and the promise of education is what offers hope. Who will teach and nurture these world changers of tomorrow, these global problem solvers? We will. Together with our education, instructor, training and employment partners we’ve made a commitment to developing the workforce of the future. Join us as we change the world – one student at a time.
The apprenticeship program consists of five years of classroom-related study. Each apprentice attends a minimum of 240 hours of schooling each of the five years of the apprenticeship. The classes are held at the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees facilities. The classroom related study, coupled with at least 8000 on the job training hours, is a time-proven method of graduating a skilled and competent journey-level Electrician.
As part of its commitment to enhancing public safety, NFPA makes its codes and standards available online to the public for free. Online access to NFPA’s consensus documents conveniently places important safety information on the desktops of traditional users as well as others who have a keen interest. NFPA is committed to serving the public’s increasing interest in technical information, and online access to these key codes is a valuable resource.
- Tutors spend time in the classroom or lab for hands-on help.
- Time set aside in our Success Centers specifically for your students.
- A familiar face for your students seeking extra support.
- Someone to guide your students towards their goals.
- Hiring tutors recommended by YOU.
Electrical Technology Students interested in becoming an Embedded tutor:
To become an embedded tutor, you must meet the following criteria. Successfully completed, Elect 204, and Elect 209. In addition, successfully completed or enrolled in Elect 212. If you have met the above requirements, contact Suzanne Engelhardt at email@example.com for more information.
CTE Faculty interested in acquiring an Embedded Tutor:
The Learning and Academic Resources Department is currently seeking courses wishing to incorporate additional assistance for their students. Additional funding has been provided for CTE courses. Interested in having an embedded tutor in your class? If you have a student, you would like to recommend for embedded tutoring? Contact Sean Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now accepting Federal Work-Study Student Position Requests for the 2019/2020 academic year. If you are on financial aid and are interested in applying for Federal Work-Study Student position in the Electrical Technology program, please contact your professor, Department Head or Financial Aid Counselor. If you need help applying for financial aid, please visit LBCC Financial Aid Office for more information.
The 2019-2020 Federal Work-Study Program will begin August 5, 2019, and end on June 25, 2020. Students will be able to start an FWS assignment as of August 5, 2019, and if they remain eligible, work until June 25, 2020, with the exception of observed holidays and the time between the last day of fall 2019 and the first day of winter 2020 intersession (December 14, 2019–January 1, 2020).
- Students will be able to work 16 hours per week.
- CalWORKs FWS students will be able to work 20 hours per week.