Equal Employment Opportunity in Registered Apprenticeship
Registered Apprenticeship is a powerful tool for growing the American economy and training its workforce and is a proven method to help employers build diversity and inclusion in their workplaces. The U.S. Department of Labor has in place Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) regulations for Registered Apprenticeship Programs to help businesses reach a larger and more diverse pool of workers. When all qualified individuals, including women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities, have the opportunity to become apprentices, we tap into our nation’s full potential and open new career pathways for American workers.
This website provides comprehensive information, tools, and resources for apprentices and Registered Apprenticeship sponsors about the apprenticeship EEO regulations and promoting diversity and inclusion in apprenticeship.
Are You a Registered Apprenticeship Program Sponsor?
Sponsors of Registered Apprenticeship Programs can learn more about resources to help them create diverse and inclusive programs and their responsibilities under the EEO regulations.
Are You an Apprentice or Applicant for Apprenticeship?
Apprentices and applicants to Registered Apprenticeship Programs can learn more about their protections and rights to Equal Employment Opportunity in apprenticeship and how they can file an EEO complaint.
You can find answers in our list of frequently asked questions (FAQs). Browse through the FAQs listed by EEO categories.
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