Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee

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The Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) is a statewide, state-funded, non-profit organization that strives to keep the aerospace industry alive and thriving in Washington State by creating the new generation of aerospace and advanced manufacturing tradespeople that includes machinists, aircraft mechanics, tool & die makers, precision metal fabricators, etc.

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