Check out highlights from National Apprenticeship Week 2022.
Registered Apprentice Programs
New Apprentices in FY 22
New Programs This FY
Registered Apprenticeships are registered with the U.S. Department of Labor and meet five required components:
1) employer involvement;
2) structured on-the-job training;
4) rewards for skill gains; and
5) industry credentials.
Curious about approved occupations for registered apprenticeship?
Non-Registered Apprenticeships are not registered with the U.S. Department of Labor but may meet the five requirements outlined above.
Pre-Apprenticeship is a program with a documented partnership with an employer and is designed to prepare individuals to enter and succeed in an apprenticeship program.
Learn more about pre-apprenticeships.
Youth Apprenticeship is designed for youth (16-24) currently enrolled in secondary education or pursuing a high school equivalency.
Learn more about youth apprenticeships.
Explore Approved Occupations for Registered Apprenticeships.
Success Stories highlight how apprenticeship programs have helped:
To add your apprenticeship events to the calendar below, view this one-page handout.