U.S. Department of Labor Blog
With nearly 1,000 events across all 50 states, this year's National Apprenticeship Week was the biggest ever.
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Through an apprenticeship, Kristina is building a career without amassing student loans.
Jessica Jones wants to change her urban Missouri community for the better. An apprenticeship is making it happen, and moving her closer to her dream career.
An apprenticeship got Lynnard on track for a rewarding machinist career. Today he gives back by sharing his skills with students.
One year into a three-year bricklaying apprenticeship, Emily Williams is building a solid foundation for her future.
At 22, this third-year apprentice electrician already owns her own home, and is an example of the benefits available to young women who pursue career opportunities in the skilled trades.
Apprenticeships involve training toward a specific professional role and a promise to achieve that role and a career path at the end.
Apprenticeship and workplace-based training is an “earn while you learn” system that offers young people the chance to learn from experienced instructors.
Apprenticeships have played an important role throughout our nation’s history, building and shaping the structures of our communities, and strengthening our economy.
Reflecting on the anniversary of the ADA, Secretary Acosta affirms the Department's commitment to ensuring more Americans with disabilities experience the independence, pride, and community that come with having a job.