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Congratulations, you are one step closer towards a career in the growing apartment industry! 

Program Requirements: 
  • The candidate must be authorized to work in the U.S.
  • The candidate must be at least 18 years old
  • The candidate must have a valid driver's license with proof of insurance
  • The candidate must pass a background check before beginning the program
    • The background check will search for felonies or misdemeanors against people or property within the past seven years
  • The candidate must commit to attending class from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays during the six-week program.
    • Classes take place at the Emily Griffith Neighborhood Training Center located at 3600 E. 46th Ave, Denver, CO 80216.
  • The candidate must have a good understanding of the English language as the class is taught in English and must be able to communicate in English as well 
  • The candidate must commit to working at least 16 hours per week Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. for the apprenticeship during the six-week program (work hours will vary depending on the needs of the apartment community).
  • Students will be assigned to a participating apartment community that is closest to their residence for the apprenticeship on first-come, first-served basis
  • Tools: It is highly recommended for students to have/own the following tools to begin the program:
    • 25 ft. tape measure, box cutter, 20 oz. hammer, 11 in 1 screwdriver, drywall saw, Carpenter's square, scraper, pliers and a cordless drill. 
  • The candidate must have a working email that is checked on a daily basis. 
PLEASE NOTE: Some students are able to work a second part-time job during this program (during the weekends, for example). That is totally acceptable as long as it does not interfere with you going to class on Fridays and completing your apprenticeship hours. However, due to previous experience, we do not accept students that currently work overnight jobs. ‚Äč

Enrollment Process:
  1. Apply online
  2. If you meet the program qualifications, a representative from the Apartment Association of Metro Denver will give you a call to review the program in more detail, learn about your current and past employment history and answer any questions about the program
  3. Participate in an interview (in-person)
  4. Meet with program staffing agency to fill out paperwork and complete the background check (in-person)
  5. Attend student MAP orientation (in-person)
Have questions about the Maintenance Apprenticeship Program (MAP)? Please contact Cristal Dukes by email at or by phone at 303-407-0959. 

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