Apprenticeship.gov Helps the Right Career Seekers Find You
There are several ways to get your apprenticeship jobs on Apprenticeship.gov. If you are a sponsor of a Registered Apprenticeship Program, using the Registered Apprenticeship Partners Information Data System (RAPIDS) is the easiest and quickest method. Don't have a RAPIDS account? Don't worry, we've got you covered as well. What is RAPIDS?
For Registered Apprenticeship Partners Information Data System (RAPIDS) Users
Log into your RAPIDS account, click on the program, and select "Recruit Talent" to post your apprenticeship job opportunity. Postings from RAPIDS will appear within 24 hours.
How the Apprenticeship Job Finder Works
Career seekers search for apprenticeship jobs
They enter keywords relevant to their career path and geographic location.
Search results show active apprenticeship jobs
The Apprenticeship Job Finder pulls jobs from RAPIDS, NLx, state job banks, and other commercial job boards.
Career seekers apply for apprenticeship jobs
The Apprenticeship Job Finder will send the career seeker to the employer's job application or point-of-contact.
Help Career Seekers Recognize Your Listings
You can list specific apprenticeship opportunities/jobs, or you can promote your entire apprenticeship program by creating a job listing that describes the attributes of your program using the tips below:
- Include the word "apprentice" or "apprenticeship" in the job title (e.g., "Apprentice web developer" or "Culinary Apprenticeship" or "Jeweler apprentice").
- Describe your apprenticeship position, including the training and specific credential (e.g., Commercial Driver's License) offered to apprentices.
- Include keywords in the job description such as "apprenticeship," "on-the-job training," "credential," "wage," and "classroom training."