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See highlights from the seventh annual National Apprenticeship Week.
Apprenticeship programs developed through cooperative labor management relationships are the keys to an equitable path to the middle class.
A look at how apprenticeship grants are helping to expand career pathways for women.
A special message from Vice President Kamala Harris on the role of Registered Apprenticeship in expanding career pathways for women.
USMAP lets service members participate in a time-based or competency-based apprenticeship program that results in a journeyman card.
Find events to attend and use the hashtag #NAW2021 to help us spread the word about NAW and the value of Registered Apprenticeship!
We asked Cristina Barillas to share her experience as a woman who has worked her way into a profession traditionally segregated by race and gender, and what that good job means to her and her family.
Though apprenticeships have a proven track record of producing strong results for both employers and workers, we still have a long way to go toward advancing equity in apprenticeship participation.
Use our resources for planning and promoting your National Apprenticeship Week event.
See how inclusive apprenticeship programs can benefit businesses in the clean energy sector and others.