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National Apprenticeship Week is Nov. 8-14! This nationwide celebration is a chance to demonstrate your support for apprenticeship. Learn more about planning and promoting an event.
The WANTO grant program helps more women enter apprenticeships and start careers in nontraditional fields. Learn more about this year’s grantees.
New Youth Apprenticeship Readiness Grants awarded to 14 organizations represent a new opportunity for thousands of underrepresented young people to receive job training while earning a paycheck through apprenticeships.
Learn how a new apprenticeship pilot will connect transitioning service members with critical job skills.
Interested in becoming a Standards Recognition Entity for Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs? Learn who is eligible and what steps to take.
Check out some of the highlights from this year’s National Apprenticeship Week, which included more than 1,200 events and proclamations across all 50 states as well as U.S. territories.
A new initiative of the Office Employment Disability Policy is helping develop and test innovative strategies in apprenticeship programs to provide people with disabilities the skills for high-demand careers.
As we wrap up National Apprenticeship Week 2019, learn more about how the U.S. Department of Labor is helping all Americans access the job training they need.
Supporting apprenticeships for people with disabilities is one way we can help the 450,000 job seekers with disabilities learn in-demand skills and connect them with quality career opportunities.