Fairview’s apprenticeship program offers an earn-as-you-learn workforce training model. You’ll receive classroom instruction and on-the-job training to provide the industry-specific knowledge needed to perform within an area of expertise.
As an apprentice, you are actively employed and earn a salary as you train, and the process is structured to enable a healthy, work-life balance. Upon completion of your apprenticeship, you earn a nationally-recognized credential in a highly skilled, in-demand occupation.
With apprenticeship training, you sign a written agreement with Fairview Health Services that outlines the apprenticeship requirements, including:
Surgical Technologist Apprenticeship
A surgical technologist, also called a scrub tech or operating room technician, is an allied health professional working as part of a surgical care team. Read more about this position.
Medical Assistant Apprenticeship
A Medical Assistant, also referred as a clinical assistant, is an allied health professional who supports the work of physicians and other health professionals, usually in a clinic setting. Read more about this position.
Surgical Technologist apprentices:
Medical Assistant apprentices:
Applicants must submit a Fairview job application and resume. You must also be willing to enroll in the associated program with our designated education partner, Rasmussen College.