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5 Resources for Planning Your National Apprenticeship Week Event

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The sixth annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is Nov. 8-14. It’s a great time to learn more about the benefits of apprenticeship, or to get the word out about your program! Join the U.S. Department of Labor and representatives from business, labor, education and more virtually and in-person with socially distanced events.

If you’re planning to host an event during NAW, here are some resources you should know about:

  1. Start with our event planning toolkit.

  2. Need more inspiration? See last year's NAW report for ideas.

  3. Find tips in our promotion toolkit on how to spread the word.

  4. Download customizable print materials, including flyers and fact sheets.

  5. Register your event so we can include it on our map.

If you’re interested in learning more about apprenticeship, explore our interactive map to find a NAW event near you. You can also visit Apprenticeship.gov for answers to common questions. No matter what industry you’re in, or what career you have in mind, apprenticeship can work for you.

Share your NAW activities on social media this November using the hashtag #NAW2020. To learn more about National Apprenticeship Week 2020 and explore all NAW events, visit Apprenticeship.gov/NAW.

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