Apprenticeship is an industry-driven, high-quality career pathway where employers can develop and prepare their future workforce, and individuals can obtain paid work experience, classroom instruction, mentorship, and a portable credential.Read More
The length of an apprenticeship program can vary depending on the employer, complexity of the occupation, industry, and the type of program.Read More
Yes! Apprenticeship spans more than 1,000 occupations including careers in health care, cybersecurity, information technology, and energy.Read More
Apprenticeship training is distinguished from other types of workplace training by several factors, including paid work experience, classroom instruction, mentorship, and a portable, nationally recognized credential.Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor does not have an official definition of internship or externship. However, generally speaking, differences between internships and apprenticeships fall into in the following areas: length of time, structure, mentorship, pay, credentials, and college credit.Read More
Requests for a copy of a Certificate of Completion should be directed to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship (OA) or State Apprenticeship Agency based upon the state you were an apprentice in, the state contacts can be found on our Contact Us page. Additionally, you may be able to access a transcript of your apprenticeship records utilizing OA’s Verify My Apprenticeship page.Read More
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