HearingLife Apprenticeship Program

For those who have a passion to help more people hear better.

Why join the Apprenticeship Program?

HearingLife pays you while you train for a new, exciting career Flexible schedule arrow-right-up Career mobility
Side-by-side, hands-on learning with a licensed Hearing Care Provider  Virtual and in-person learning Access to job opportunities once the program is completed and you obtain your state license

How the program works:

The Apprenticeship Program will provide you with the skills necessary to become a Hearing Care Provider and obtain the required state licenses.

The Program includes both virtual and in-person classroom learning, hands-on lab, and side-by-side learning with a licensed Hearing Care Provider. The Apprentice will follow an established curriculum and adhere to coaching and guidance provided by an assigned Preceptor.

The Apprentice Program takes on average six months to one year to complete, depending on state licensing requirements.

Program Overview

Ready to make your passion your purpose?

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Requirements for the Apprenticeship Program

“Start a career where
‘tears of joy’
can be a daily

– Christi Clark, BC-HIS,
Audiology Apprentice

Here's what our Team Members have to say

"I became a preceptor because I believe good training is essential to helping future clinicians be prepared with the proper skills to succeed. I was a student not so long ago and I am so grateful to those that helped me along the way and provided me with tips and tricks so that I had the confidence I needed. I wanted to be able to pass along my knowledge and provide mentorship to someone else so that I am helping HearingLife have well-trained, empathetic, and knowledgeable clinicians that put their patients first."

– Courtney Palmiere, North Carolina

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than being a preceptor. You get a chance to be a part of and make an impact on the apprentice’s journey as they become a professional in the hearing healthcare field. From my experience as a student, the preceptor really made the experience what it was and had a positive impact on my journey. The best part about being a preceptor is being able to watch the growth that happens throughout the apprentice’s time at your clinic and to see the moments when things really start to all come together. The memories created with the students and apprentices are memories I will cherish forever."

– Chelsea Holloway, Arizona

"I became a preceptor to help others. Watching the growth and experiencing the excitement with the apprentice when things click for them provides a great sense of satisfaction. Our conversations about patient experiences together begin to change and can go more in depth once they reach a certain point in the learning journey. I enjoy taking part in molding someone into a great provider who will help to change the lives of our patients and loved ones. That alone is an experience I will never forget."

– Amber McCarthy, Oklahoma


We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.