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Find Opportunities

Apprenticeship opportunities are offered through an employer or an intermediary program sponsor. To become an apprentice, search open apprenticeship job opportunities from employers across the state and directly apply with the employer of the apprenticeship program. 

Visit jobs.utah.gov to log into or create a job seeker account to search for apprenticeship job openings. 

If you are interested in seeking an apprenticeship but need more guidance, find an American Job Center near you.

To view current apprenticeship openings, click the button below. You will need to sign in or create a Utah ID login

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Explore Occupations

Explore the links below to find out more about industries currently offering apprenticeships for high-demand occupations in Utah. See success stories of current apprentices and those that have successfully completed an apprenticeship program.

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Hot Jobs

Utah companies are hiring now! Find the hottest jobs available in growing industries throughout the state. Identify an in-demand job or company you may be interested in working for and talk with a Workforce Services Workforce Development Specialist to see if an apprenticeship can be developed for you.

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Registered Apprenticeship Sponsors

Can’t find an open apprenticeship job to match your preferred location or occupation? Try connecting with an apprenticeship program by searching the Apprenticeship Eligible Training Provider List. They will be able to answer your questions, let you know when they are accepting new apprentice applications and provide additional information. To search for opportunities nationwide, visit the national apprenticeship website.

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Apply for Career & Education Services

If you need help to find and participate in an apprenticeship, consider Career and Education Services. Funding is available for eligible individuals to assist with training and employment-related expenses for your apprenticeship. Apply through the Department of Workforce Services:

  1. Click below to sign into “my Job Search” or create an account
  2. Complete the application for training

Apply here

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Pre-Apprenticeship

Not Ready for an Apprenticeship? Try a Pre-Apprenticeship. Pre-Apprenticeships are designed to prepare individuals to enter and succeed in a registered apprenticeship or other high-quality apprenticeship program. In Utah, YouthBuild offers pre-apprenticeships in construction and healthcare. Click here to learn more.

YouthBuild

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Youth Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship programs for youth between the ages of 16-24 combine academic and technical classroom instruction with work experience through an apprenticeship program. It provides the foundation for youth to choose among multiple pathways – to enroll in college, begin full-time employment or a combination. In Utah, the Talent Ready Apprenticeship Connection provides youth the opportunity to begin their apprenticeship in high school. Participating will result in receiving your high school diploma, working for a TRAC partner and earning an Associate of Applied Science upon completion of your apprenticeship.

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