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The U.S. Department of Labor announced major milestones in the continuing effort to expand apprenticeships in the United States. A Notice of Proposed…
IBM launched its apprenticeship program at its Baton Rouge, Louisiana, center on Tuesday and has hired its first cohort of 50 technology apprentices. The…
The American Cyber Alliance and the Arkansas Center for Data Sciences have partnered to create a 16-week cybersecurity apprenticeship program. The…
The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) recently launched the Hospitality Sector Registered Apprenticeship Project (HSRAP). One of…
Apprentices are working at Washington University (WU) centers as medical assistants. Apprentices work four and a half days a week in a medical office, checking
A new apprentice program in Baltimore will launch on July 8 that will help 50 people learn in-demand IT skills. Franklin Apprenticeships is launching a program
About 200 high school students in Memphis will be able to complete pre-apprenticeships to prepare them for construction careers next school year.
Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 17-18 announces availability of Program Year 18 Funding for State Apprenticeship Expansion