As a prospective tool and die apprentice, you will machine parts and maintain injection molding equipment. You will make molds, models and tools using different production processes.
You must have at least a 2.5 GPA to apply and include a resume and most recent unofficial transcript.
After graduating, you will be placed in a full-time tool and die machinist position.
You be enrolled in Greenville Technical College or Spartanburg Community College.
Taylor Chapman talks about his toolmaker apprenticeship
"DRÄXLMAIER offers a flexible work schedule for students. I am able to stay in school and make progress at work on projects that will help me gain knowlege within the industry."
A secure job in an independent family business with decades of excellent customer relationships.
Flexible time management within the framework of in operational processes, even during training.
Technical training on the newest equipment; language courses; continuing training as a technician, master or administrator, with tuition assistance.
Teambuilding through joint excursions and other activities.
Support from full-time trainers; practical experience in the technical departments.
All you need is your resume and your most recent unofficial transcript.
In addition to your schooling, we are interested in your motivation and your interests. Skills that are related to your desired job, as well as your hobbies and favorite subjects help us get to know you.
Please send legible forms and documents.