Trades and Apprenticeships

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Looking for an Apprenticeship?

Call Us! 636-442-1416

Hanani House is always looking to build partnerships within the community to give people in recovery an opportunity to thrive in a rewarding career. Give us a call to learn if we can help you with an apprenticeship in the industry you want to work in.

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American Job Centers

BUD PROGRAM: Building Union Diversity  

Learn an industry or explore a trade with this free website devoted to jobs, training and employment in this area, with a focus on youth.

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Missouri Registered Apprenticeships


Registered Apprenticeship is a highly flexible “earn while you learn” training model for employment that pays more as a worker (apprentice) reaches higher productivity levels

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Harambee Youth Training

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Harambee Youth Training Corporation is committed to training youth in the St. Louis area by providing an opportunity for them to gain both personal character development and the necessary work experience to succeed in a work environment

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Harvard University

Free online Coding and Computer Course


Harvard University's introduction to computer science and the art of programming for majors and non-majors alike, with or without prior programming experience

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Job Corps Center

Training and Job Opportunities



Programs help eligible young people ages 16 through 24 complete their high school education, trains them for meaningful careers, and assists them with obtaining employment

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Launch a Career in Tech


Learn coding and programming. Non-profit organization that provides classes, mentoring, 'codergirl' for women, apprenticeships and job placement in computer technology.

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Mokan Construction

314-454-WORK (9675)


Pre-apprentice programs, training services, business development, loans and more to increase minority and women participation in construction projects

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More than Carpentry



Learn the trade of cabinet making, including furniture and millwork through carpentry education and apprenticeship training

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Missouri Women in Trades



An organization for women who are currently in or would like to be working in the construction trades. The website provides information on choosing a trade, training, and child care

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MTC Truck Driving



Obtain a Commercial Driver's License. Training is paid for if you agree to work for one of their companies for 18 months.

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St. Louis Construction Cooperative



Information about working in the construction trades, including apprenticeships