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Sheet Metal

Earn a degree during your apprenticeship

Butler's partnership with the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) allows students to complete an Associate of Applied Science degree along with their Journeyman's card during their apprenticeship indenture.



ICYMI: Sheet metal apprenticeship degree in the Workforce Division is Eligible for the Kansas Promise Scholarship + Butler Advantage

Kansas Promise Scholarship LogoKicking off 2021, students qualifying for the Kansas Promise Scholarship can now go after their construction trades degree and have their costs for tuition, fees and books paid for by the state. That’s right – tuition, fees and books at no out-of-pocket cost. This revolutionary $10 million program only gets better with the Butler Advantage – quality microsoft office education respected by employers. Get the Butler Advantage! Visit our Kansas Promise Act webpage to review scholarship qualifications, learn about the application process, and check out other eligible programs.


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The graph below illustrates local salaries based on a career path related to this degree. Each career path varies as does the necessary training required.* For further information, connect with your program’s lead instructor.

Sheet Metal Workers

$22.51 hourly wage
161 annual job openings

1577 Sheet Metal Workers are currently employed in Kansas.

*Salaries will vary based on degree level obtained and years of experience. The accuracy of EMSI data is deemed reliable but not guaranteed by Butler Community College and is subject to change.