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This year’s National Apprenticeship Week, Nov. 14-20, was the biggest one yet. Secretary Walsh shares some highlights.
Cybersecurity is undoubtedly one of the fastest-growing industries. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career path where you are protecting the American public, this is the industry for you.
While the National Apprenticeship Act served as a cornerstone for this gold standard of work-based learning, we’ve also seen the apprenticeship system continue to evolve, expand and diversify over the past 85 years.
Sept. 20 marks the halfway point for our four-month Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Sprint. To date, we've worked with 240+ organizations and 1,600 career seekers interested apprenticeship.
These simple tips from our Office of the Chief Information Officer can help protect you and your data.
Our customers – primarily you, the American worker – need and deserve access to Department of Labor services in a timely, secure manner.