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DOL ANNOUNCES THE STATE APPRENTICESHIP EXPANSION AWARDS TEGL 17-18

Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 17-18 announces availability of Program Year 18 Funding for State Apprenticeship Expansion


PROGRAM TRAINS APPRENTICES TO BECOME CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANTS

A group of healthcare providers in Northern New Hampshire has launched a new medical assistant apprenticeship program. Twelve apprentices will complete the


NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LAUNCHED IN NEBRASKA

In collaboration with the U.S. Department of Labor, the State of Nebraska Office of Apprenticeship, and Norfolk Public Schools, the technology company


APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS LAUNCHES

Montgomery County recently launched a registered apprenticeship program for K-12 public school teachers. The program, the first in the United States, will help

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 COMPLETION94%OF APPRENTICES RETAIN EMPLOYMENT
SINCE JANUARY 1, 2017499,000+NEW APPRENTICES
AFTER APPRENTICESHIP COMPLETION$70,000AVERAGE STARTING WAGE