Youth Apprenticeship Program

Wisconsin’s Youth Apprenticeship program, part of a statewide School-to-Work initiative, provides hands-on learning in an occupational area at a worksite along with classroom instruction. Students receive high school credit and have access to post-secondary credit, they receive on the job training with a mentor, and they get paid to gain real-world exposure in a field relevant to their career pursuit. This year Mr. Poppe led 23 students to graduate from the YA program, which was celebrated last night at LTC. Congratulations, students!

  1. Mikayla Burmesch- Mark Navis Farm
  2. Brett Ebbers- Old Wisconsin Sausage
  3. Joe Minneci- Viking Masek
  4. Tia Stubler- Blackwolf Run
  5. Sam Beaudoin- Sheboygan Yacht Club
  6. Derrick TenDolle- Sargento Foods
  7. Travis Steindl- Sheboygan Auto Group
  8. Ashlea Haag- Atrium Post Acute Care-Plymouth
  9. Angela Rauwerdink- Cedar Grove Gardens
  10. Morgan Dulmes- Pine Haven Christian Communities
  11. Maggie Brill- Sheboygan Health Services
  12. Samantha Baake- Sheboygan Progressive
  13. Crystal Scharenbroch- Sheboygan Progressive
  14. Chase Opgenorth- Vinyl Graphics
  15. Benjamin Lemkuil- Kohler Credit Union
  16. Jared Urban- Lakeshore Technical College
  17. Wyatt Ecclestone- Viking Masek
  18. Branson Bell- American Orthodontics
  19. Alec Westerbeke- Johnsonville Sausage
  20. Tim Valind- Johnsonville
  21. Preston Gabrielse- Kohler Company
  22. Adam Ebbers- Wisconsin Plastic Products, Inc.
  23. Josh DeCora- IQ Print Media