National Apprenticeship Week Infographic
College not for you? Tired of working in a dead-end job? Looking for a successful career that will pay you to learn? Try a Registered Apprenticeship!
Registered Apprenticeship is a way to learn a great career while you work and get paid. There are over 1,000 career opportunities — and not just in the construction trades. Many apprentices are working in traditional building trades like plumbing, electricity, ironwork, and carpentry. But today’s apprentices are also learning trades like biotechnology, child development, health care, information technology, environmental services, food services, geospatial technologies, military, maritime, and hundreds of other fields.
Registered apprenticeship connects job seekers looking to learn new skills with employers looking for qualified workers. Apprentices benefit from a combination of hands-on and classroom training, while earning pay. Employers benefit from connecting with workers who have the knowledge, skills, and experience they need. The result is a workforce with industry-driven training and employers with a competitive edge.
What is in an apprenticeship program for me?
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What if I’m still in high school?
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