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2023-2024 High School Youth Apprentice Program - Hartford

Company: Quad
Location: Iron Ridge
Posted on: November 19, 2023

Job Description:

As a global marketing experience company, Quad's goal is to help our clients win every day. We use our data-driven integrated marketing and manufacturing platform to streamline solutions for our clients, reduce friction and enhance their marketing spend effectiveness. We've built a rich legacy by believing in our people, allowing them to act like owners and to take charge of their own success. Whether an operator, sales rep, a graphic artist or a clinician, we're all driven to perform at our best- for ourselves and our clients. At our core, we're a company that believes we can always create a better way.
Quad is participating in the Youth Apprenticeship Program, offered through the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development for the 2023-2024 school year at the Hartford location!

Quad is is a global marketing experience company that gives brands a more streamlined, impactful, flexible and frictionless way to go to market and reach consumers. Quad's strategic priorities are powered by three key competitive advantages that include integrated marketing platform excellence, ongoing innovation, and culture and social purpose.

Headquartered in Sussex, Wisconsin, our company has approximately 15,000 people working in 14 countries around the world. With a corporate culture that encourages growth opportunities for employees, the Youth Apprenticeship program was created with that same philosophy in mind.

The Youth Apprenticeship Program at Quad provides High School juniors and seniors the opportunity to gain real-life experience and universal skills via work shadowing, company education classes, and career-based training programs. During this one- or two-year program Youth Apprentices will job shadow in various departments with teams of subject matter experts so they can learn where their interests and skills may lie when they join the workforce in the future.


Maintain the academic and attendance requirements to participate in the Youth Apprenticeship Program.
Observe company rules and other requirements identified by the employer
Participate in progress reviews scheduled with mentors, school personnel, and parent(s) or guardian(s).
Complete program/company training requirements.
Demonstrate maturity and responsibility
Responsible for transportation to and from the workplace.


Meet the requirements of the particular program and demonstrate competency as outlined in the program goals.
Meet academic requirements for the program including a passing grade/score in courses required for admission to the Youth Apprenticeship Program.
Attend all scheduled shadowing and training under the Youth Apprenticeship program

What Youth Apprentices Can Expect during their time at Quad:

Part One:

Attend training sessions focused primarily on safety requirements, industry requirements, and what to do in emergencies.
High-level rotations through different departments focused on production to learn about how each plays a part in the overall Manufacturing process.
Gain an understanding of the overall Manufacturing process, including product creation from start to finish and processes involved in creating a quality product.
Gain experience and understanding of the planning process, how to communicate effectively, and collaborate in a team setting.
Learn about Company Culture, Values, Leadership, and other Manufacturing industry related topics.

Part Two:

Learn how various types of tools and advanced equipment and machinery, are used and operated.
Learn to read and interpret different technical drawings, work orders/job tickets, symbols, documents, and manuals.
Learn the product assembly process, quality and safety checks, and process for selecting different tools and materials needed throughout the product. creation process.
Gain an understanding of different types of machinery, job shadow how they are operated, and monitored for correct operation.
Learning preventative maintenance techniques, troubleshooting, and problem-solving.

Hour requirements for Youth Apprentices to obtain program credits (for Juniors & Seniors):

2-Year Program - Total of 900 hours min. - Junior or Senior Year of High School

1-Year Program - Total of 450 hours min. - Junior or Senior Year of High School

We offer excellent benefits to eligible employees, including 401(k), holidays, vacations and more.

Quad is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. We are committed to creating a place of belonging - a space where employees do not need to sacrifice who they are to exist and grow in our workplace. Quad does not discriminate on any unlawful basis including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local laws. Quad also prohibits harassment of applicants and employees based on any of these protected categories.

Drug-Free Workplace

Keywords: Quad, Fond du Lac , 2023-2024 High School Youth Apprentice Program - Hartford, Other , Iron Ridge, Wisconsin

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