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#NAW2020 may have looked a little different this year, but business, labor, education and other partners came together across the country to host hundreds of events showcasing the value of apprenticeship.
In 2019, there were more than 25,000 women apprentices nationwide. We are committed to expanding apprenticeship access and opportunities for working women.
We're expanding inclusive apprenticeship opportunities through the Apprenticeship Inclusion Models initiative and other programs and policies.
The 6th annual National Apprenticeship Week is Nov. 8-14! Learn more about the value of apprenticeship and how to get involved.
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.
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.
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.
Stakeholders have hosted more than 3,000 events with more than 300,000 attendees in all 50 states over the past four years. This year, National Apprenticeship Week is primed to have its biggest year yet.
The fifth annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is right around the corner!