List Your Apprenticeship Jobs
Follow the instructions below to ensure that your open apprenticeship job listing(s) appear in our Apprenticeship Finder.
APPRENTICESHIP.GOV HELPS THE RIGHT CAREER SEEKERS FIND YOU
There are two paths to get your apprenticeship jobs on Apprenticeship.gov
HAVEA CAREER WEBSITE?
If you have at least five job openings available on your website, the National Labor Exchange (NLx) can acquire your apprenticeship job listings directly from your website and provide a daily feed to the Apprenticeship Finder at no cost to employers or career seekers.
Please allow 10-14 days for NLx to process. Listings from your website must include job title, city, state, description, application method, and URL.
DON’THAVE A CAREER WEBSITE?
If you have fewer than five opening or don’t have a corporate career website, you can work with your state’s job bank to post your apprenticeship job listings.
Locate your state’s job bank and complete your states instructions. Specific listing instructions vary by state.
HOW IT WORKS
They enter keywords relevant to their career path and geographic location
Apprenticeship.gov searches the National Labor Exchange and State Job Banks for apprenticeship jobs that match the keyword and location
Apprenticeship.gov will send the career seeker to the employer's apprenticeship job application
HELP CAREER SEEKERS RECOGNIZE YOUR LISTINGS
You can list specific apprenticeship opportunities/jobs, or you can promote your entire apprenticeship program by creating a job listing that describe the attributes of your program using the tips below:
Include the word "apprentice" or "apprenticeship" in the job title (e.g., "Apprentice web developer" or "Culinary Apprenticeship" or "Jeweler: experienced or apprentice")
Describe your apprenticeship position in terms of salary, training, and specific credential (e.g., Commercial Driver's License) offered to apprentices
Create and use a "keywords" field in your job description. Include words such as apprenticeship, on-the-job training, credential, wage, and classroom training