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.