Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) helps all workers access and succeed in apprenticeship, including populations traditionally underrepresented in apprenticeship programs such as women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and others.
Learn about the EEO Regulations
The EEO regulations for Registered Apprenticeship Programs outline the responsibilities for sponsors and the steps they can take to promote diversity in their programs. Watch the introductory webcast on sponsor EEO responsibilities to get started.
Learn How All Apprentices Are Protected from Discrimination
The EEO regulations prohibit sponsors of Registered Apprenticeship Programs from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, and genetic information. Visit the Protected Characteristics pages for details and to access resources on diversity in apprenticeship programs.
Are You Interested in Learning More?
View recordings of past webinars where you can dig deeper into topics covered by the EEO regulations.
Still Have Questions?
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about Equal Employment Opportunity.