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View approximately 1,200 approved apprenticeship occupations available nationwide.
Check out the national website to search for apprenticeship opportunities and apply online.
Read about three models for creating pathways to college degrees through apprenticeship.
Learn how to integrate classroom instruction and hands-on learning through apprenticeships and CTE in order to enhance the high school experience and better prepare students for future career success.
Resources on this site include a summary of responses for information on expanding work-based learning opportunities for youth as well as pathways to STEM apprenticeship for high school CTE students.
This toolkit encourages the creation of school and business partnerships while providing resources for secondary school administrators to build apprenticeship programs in their schools.
New America’s Education Policy program recommends ways to connect apprenticeship to higher education to make apprenticeship opportunities more available.
This pre-apprenticeship framework outlines strategies and promising practices for developing high-quality programs that serve opportunity youth participants.
Find information and resources on key topics including pre-apprenticeships, youth apprenticeships and diversity, equity and inclusion.
This collaborative initiative supports the success of efforts in states and cities to increase accessibility to apprenticeship opportunities for high school age youth.
Learn how youth apprenticeships can advance equity by increasing access to valuable, affordable post-secondary credentials.
Register for access to free resources to help you grow youth apprenticeships.
Introduce middle school students to apprenticeships and possible career paths through classroom resources designed to help plan for their futures.
Did you know that the regulations provide a limited exemption from Hazardous Occupation Orders 5, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 17 for registered apprentices who are at least 16 years of age and enrolled in a registered apprenticeship program?
This fact sheet provides general information about the Federal youth employment provisions applicable to nonagricultural occupations.