Apprenticeship is a proven workforce development solution that is helping U.S. federal government agencies to recruit and develop well-trained federal workers in highly-skilled occupations.
Federal government agencies can use apprenticeship as an effective human resources strategy to recruit quality candidates, train employees to the specific needs of agencies, and retain and grow a highly-skilled workforce. Apprenticeship can be used within the federal pay system to both up-skill the current workforce and to accelerate the productivity of new hires. Using standardized training curricula, which fit readily into existing agency training programs, federal agencies can ensure their employees have a comprehensive understanding of both the practical and theoretical components of mission-critical occupations. Apprentices are provided with opportunities for incremental wage increases, industry-recognized credentials, a definitive career path within the federal government.
Learn How Federal Agencies are Implementing Apprenticeship
There are over 40 Registered Apprenticeship programs across the federal government with nearly 120,000 apprentices across multiple sectors including healthcare, financial services, transportation, hospitality, and construction. Below are some federal agency partner examples.
United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP)
Learn more about the history and evolution of USMAP's Registered Apprenticeship Program.
Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)
Learn how BOP uses apprenticeship to help inmates transition back into the workforce after incarceration.
Active Apprenticeship Programs within Federal Agencies
Discover which federal agencies have apprenticeship programs and reach out to the U.S. Department of Labor to learn more about how apprenticeship can work for your agency.
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