Yes! Most apprenticeship opportunities include on-the-job learning and related training instruction provided by apprenticeship training centers, technical schools, community colleges, and four-year colleges and universities, sometimes through distance learning. Often apprenticeship sponsors work directly with community colleges that do provide college credit for apprenticeship experience.
Do you earn college credit while participating in apprenticeship programs?
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The Office of Apprenticeship or the State Apprenticeship Agency grant apprentices who have successfully completed a Registered Apprenticeship Program with a nationally recognized Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship.Read More
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) regulations protect apprentices and applicants for apprenticeship from various forms of discrimination. Submit a written EEO complaint by using the form located our Complaints Information webpage.Read More
Requests for replacement certificates should be directed to the Office of Apprenticeship or the State Apprenticeship Agency office via our Contact Us page.Read More
Yes, though it may vary by program, previous work or classroom experience may be used towards completion of an apprenticeship program.Read More