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GET READY FOR NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP WEEK

Mark your calendars for November 12-18, 2018, to celebrate the fourth annual National Apprenticeship Week across the country. Please join the movement by hosting an event or participating in an event near you!

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WHAT IS APPRENTICESHIP?

PAID JOB

Earn a competitive wage from day one

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EDUCATION

Gain knowledge with structured learning and on-the-job training

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CREDENTIALS

Enhance your resume with industry-recognized credentials

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I'M ANEMPLOYER

Design your apprenticeship solution, connect with education partners, find career seekers, and list your apprenticeship jobs to the Apprenticeship Finder.

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I'M ACAREER SEEKER

Launch your career with an apprenticeship.

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I'M ANEDUCATOR

Partner with industry leaders offering apprenticeships and learn how to include training curricula.

ABOUT THE APPRENTICESHIP MOVEMENT

“Apprenticeships hold great promise in helping American workers acquire the skills they need to get good jobs while ensuring companies can attract the talent required to succeed in this fast-moving global economy.”

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta

Executive Order (EO)

The Presidential Executive Order Expanding Apprenticeships in America, enacted in June 2017

Apprenticeship Task Force

Representatives from companies, labor unions, trade associations, educational institutions, and public agencies worked together to promote apprenticeship.

Apprenticeship News

News Release: Department of Labor announces next steps (TEN 03-18) to expand the successful apprenticeship model to new industries, issued July 27, 2018.

APPRENTICESHIP BY THE NUMBERS

Workers who complete apprenticeship programs earn an average of $300,000 more over their career when compared to peers who don't.

AFTER APPRENTICESHIP COMPLETION91%OF APPRENTICES RETAIN EMPLOYMENT
SINCE JANUARY 1, 2017381,000+NEW APPRENTICES
AFTER APPRENTICESHIP COMPLETION$60,000AVERAGE STARTING WAGE