How could someone as despicable as Omarosa from the television show 'The Apprentice' get famous?
While I would question she meets the meaning of famous - most of whatever noteriety she has is for being pretty despicable. Is that a desirable thing?
Answer An apprentice is essentially the student/helper of a master craftsman. For example, in the old days, a 12 year-old boy who wanted to be a blacksmith would seek to be a blacksmith's apprentice, so he can learn all about the craft and business of a blacksmith. The blacksmith teaches the apprentice all he knows, and in return the apprentice assists the blacksmith and does many of the more menial, trivial work that the blacksmith…
To become an apprentice, it is necessary to have completed your high school diploma with science and math experience. Once you have graduated, you must look for an employer that is seeking an apprentice. You can do this by searching for a specific trade of interest in your local area and contacting them personally.
A wretch is a miserable, vile, loathsome or despicable person. Disobedience is a refusal to obey laws, rules or directions - in simple terms a disobedient person is someone who doesn't do what they're told/supposed to do. So, a disobedient wretch is a miserable, despicable person who fails to do what they're told.
A mortician's apprentice is someone who is aspiring to be a mortician and works for free for a professional mortician. They do the general work a mortician does but under the close supervision of a professional. They work without pay but generally are hired after a set period of time. It is a requirement for anyone looking to become a mortician.