Chatham Apprentice Program

About Chatham Apprentice Program (CAP)

CAP helps unemployed and under-employed Chatham County residents find or create career paths that offer self-sustaining wages and opportunities for advancement.​

  • Financial literacy and Bridges Out of Poverty​
  • Counseling and Mediation Servicing ​
  • Need-based stipends for clothing and toiletries​
  • Transportation and Childcare support (some restrictions may apply)​
  • Public benefits screening and enrollment​​
  • Vital Document attainment (SSN, Birth Certificate, etc.)​
  • Employment coaching and placement assistance
  • Reentry counseling, including record restrictions if possible
  • Assistance with applying for a TWIC card
  • Partial CDL Scholarship
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-HR General Industry Certificate
  • Servsafe Certification
  • Emergency Services Certification: Firefighter, EMTR, EMT Basic, Dispatcher

*Only one incentive offered after completing program requirements.

  • Chatham County residents, 17 1/2 and over
  • Unemployed or under-employed residents
  • Those who face barriers to employment such as spotty work history, low educational and basic skill levels, or criminal background
  • Those ready and committed to making a change

2022 Chatham Apprentice Program Class Dates:

July 18-August 23, 2022 (9am-12:00pm)
August 29-September 22, 2022
October 3-October 27, 2022
November 14- December 8, 2022

*CAP online class option – offered to participants experiencing special circumstances.

Call 912-232-6747 or complete
Online Application