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Thanks to an apprenticeship he completed decades ago, Ronald says, "I have never been without a job."
On World AIDS Day, we recognize employment is an important piece of the puzzle. People with HIV/AIDS can and want to work, and research shows the benefits of doing so — to individuals, families, and our nation at large.
An apprenticeship has been a smart career move for this 28-year-old husband and father of two.
With help from Montana’s apprenticeship program, Sierra turned a fascination with electricity into a rewarding career.
With nearly 1,000 events across all 50 states, this year's National Apprenticeship Week was the biggest ever.
Through an apprenticeship, Kristina is building a career without amassing student loans.
After several years in the U.S. Marine Corps, including two deployments to Afghanistan, Rachael Moore was ready to trade her combat boots for business shoes. The Transition Assistance Program helped get her there.
Federal contractors should conduct their business in accordance with the highest standards, and that means paying their workers the wages to which they are legally entitled.
With help from an American Job Center, U.S. Army veteran DeeAnna Baxter-Stone found a civilian career she loves.
The Department's Office of the Solicitor has received the John C. Cruden Federal Agency Pro Bono Leadership Award.