Employers everywhere are discovering a new type of employee. They create your future workforce, lift up your community, and help grow your business. We call them an apprentice. Get started today and discover apprenticeship.
Did You Know?
Registered Apprenticeship programs offer access to hundreds of occupations, in high-growth and emerging industries.
Average starting salary after an apprentice completes an apprenticeship program
Percentage of apprentices who retain employment after apprenticeship completion
Apprentice graduates earn more over their lifetime compared to peers who don't
How Can a Registered Apprenticeship Benefit You?
Explore how other employers have benefited from apprenticeship by clicking "View Case Study" on each benefit.
Recruit and develop a diverse and highly-skilled workforce
Improve profitability and positive impact to your bottom line
Minimize cost with reduced turnover and liability
Create flexible training options that ensure workers develop the right skills
93% of apprentices continue employment after completing an apprenticeship
Foster a diverse and inclusive culture
“We’ve found tremendous potential in overlooked people in our communities, paid them to continue learning and growing in our apprenticeships, and they have provided valuable team contributions."
"The Hampton Roads Workforce Council recognizes that registered apprenticeship programs are a critical resource for employers because they provide access to a pool of skilled and in-demand workers."
Hampton Roads Workforce Council
"Registered Apprenticeship effectively builds talent as 90% of IBM's apprenticeship graduates are now full-time employees."
"Providing Registered Apprenticeships to high school youth combats poverty and provides a direct path to economic mobility while developing a talent pipeline to meet labor-market needs in our schools"
High School District 214, Arlington Heights IL
Registered Apprenticeship Industries
There are a wide range of industries that are adopting and adapting apprenticeship to meet their needs. Explore our industry pages to learn about high-demand occupations and discover industry specific resources.