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There are multiple pathways to success at Lockheed Martin!  Apprenticeship opportunities are available for early career and experienced workers from all walks of life.  Whether you’re a high school or college student, a military veteran or transitioning worker – we have an opportunity for you. At Lockheed Martin, no matter where you are in life or locale – you can land the perfect career.

Apprenticeships

 

Lockheed Martin offers many apprenticeships that range from aircraft maintenance and assemblers to software, cyber security and engineering. Our programs are designed to put you on the fast track, grow your knowledge and skills and earn a paycheck while doing it. We invest in our apprentices and equip them with the hands-on learning, mentoring and training needed to thrive in a career at Lockheed Martin. Apprenticeships are a great on-ramp to careers at Lockheed Martin!

As a Lockheed Martin apprentice, you career journey begins from the moment you walk in the door. As a new team member, you will learn how Lockheed Martin leads the industry in solving the world’s toughest technology challenges. With support from your leaders, your personal apprenticeship plan will lay out the on-the-job experiences and education you will receive to ensure growth in your job and career. Apprentices are valued members of the Lockheed Martin workforce and are eligible for great benefits such as health insurance and paid vacation.

Apprenticeship Opportunities

Lockheed Martin Apprenticeships

Meet Mia Bridgeforth

 

After graduating from a technical high school, Mia was having trouble securing a job due to her lack of experience in trade or skills. At just 17 years old, Mia applied and was able to join the Teamsters/Sikorsky Career Pathways Program, a Department of Labor registered apprenticeship program, where she was able to work on helicopter engines as a paid intern and later receive a full-time job offer as a mechanic on the transmission for the CH-53K helicopter, Black Hawk, Sea Hawk and S-76. This apprenticeship is one of 70 apprenticeships that Lockheed Martin is proud to offer providing new pathways for talented people, like Mia, to pursue meaningful work.

Meet Sarah from AMTAP

 

Sarah is a 2016 graduate of Lockheed Martin’s first AMTAP class. AMTAP, or Advanced Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship Program, trains candidates on the skills they need to build electronics and pursue a career in space manufacturing.  During the up-front training program, participants are paid and offered company benefits. Program graduates earn a nationally recognized credential and then have an immediate opportunity for full time employment and continued on-the-job training at Lockheed Martin.

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Meet Sarah, part of Lockheed Martin's first AMTAP class.
Lockheed Martin Apprenticeships Pledge to America's Workers

Pledge to America’s Workers

 

In 2018, we pledged to create 8,000 work-based learning opportunities, including 5,400 apprenticeships, and to invest $50 million in educational programs by 2023 through the Department of Labor’s “Pledge to America’s Workers.”

At Lockheed Martin, we are committed to developing a more diverse, highly-trained and empowered workforce equipped to thrive in the future.

The Power of Partnerships for Lockheed Martin Apprentices

 

Opportunities increase for Lockheed Martin Apprentices as we collaborate with valued partners across the United States!

• Florida Partners Equip Talent for Careers at Lockheed Martin
• No Experience Required to Thrive in Space
• Training Aspiring Locals to Engineer a New Tomorrow
• Technical Schools Prepare Students for Apprenticeships
• Apprenticeships Work Throughout a Career

Apprenticeship Partnership Success Stories

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Lockheed Martin Heroes

At Lockheed Martin, veterans are at the center of everything we do — in fact, one in five of our employees has served in uniform. We are proud to help men and women like you successfully transition into civilian careers, and we're proud to partner with Hiring Our Heroes in support of its Corporate Fellowship Program and other Skill Bridge initiatives. Our Lockheed Martin Heroes program connects transitioning military to meaningful careers at Lockheed Martin including apprenticeships.

Lockheed Martin Heroes

Why Lockheed Martin

At Lockheed Martin, we apply our passion for purposeful innovation to keep people safe and solve the world’s most complex challenges. From aerospace, to outer space, to cyberspace, we give you the chance to solve some of the world’s most complex challenges. Our culture of performance excellence, ethics, teamwork and inclusion is embedded in everything we do. You can grow your career and skills for life with technology-driven learning platforms and programs that enable your development and agility. Our flexible schedules, competitive pay and comprehensive benefits enable you to live a healthy, fulfilling life at and outside of work. Experience a mission that matters and make a difference in the lives of others, our customers and our planet.

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Career Pathways at Lockheed Martin

 

There are multiple pathways to success at Lockheed Martin. Whether you’re a high school or college student, a military veteran or transitioning worker – we have an opportunity for you. At Lockheed Martin, no matter where you are in life or locale – you can land the perfect career.

High School
High school students, it is never too early to start your career at Lockheed Martin.

College Students
Lockheed Martin will challenge you during college and right out of school, providing you with career opportunities.

Lockheed Martin Heroes
Military members can bridge military careers with civilian careers at Lockheed Martin.

Chapter Next
Returning professionals who've been away from the workforce for 2+ years who are ready to re-engage their previous career with Lockheed Martin.