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The 6th annual National Apprenticeship Week is Nov. 8-14! Learn more about the value of apprenticeship and how to get involved.
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.
Through the Job Corps Scholars program, eligible youth (age 16-24) can enroll in a career technical training program to learn in-demand job skills at accredited public colleges.
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.
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.
After life threw her a curve ball, Josie Johnson needed a new job to support her three children. An opportunity to apprentice in the roofing industry boosted her confidence and set her on a path to economic security.
A pipefitting/welding apprenticeship has launched a new career for Ginger Pike, who says she has gained confidence in herself and no longer has to work two or three jobs to make ends meet.
As 2017 draws to a close, we’re looking back at some of our most popular blog posts from the past year. Have you read them?
“It really is a great feeling to see things light up.” See how Katelyn followed an unconventional, and satisfying, career path.
After mentoring and other assitance, Air Force veteran David Laughrey is back to work after a year unemployed.