What's in it for me?
An apprenticeship is a great way to get started in a career. The best part... you earn while you learn!

  • Begin earning a paycheck from day one.
  • Learn a skill or trade through on-the-job training and have the potential to earn college credit.
  • Succeed in a long-term career while earning a competitive salary.
  • Increase your wages as your skill level increases.
  • Receive nationally recognized certifications.
  • Gain valuable skills needed to succeed in your career.

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Did you know a Registered Apprenticeship Program can help you reduce employee training costs, increase employee knowledge and loyalty, and keep pace with advancing technology?

Right now, Registered Apprenticeships are helping more than 225,000 employers do just that. Apprentices learn while they work and gain the skills that are critical for your business or industry. For more information on what a Registered Apprenticeship Training Program can offer your business, keep reading or call your local Office of Apprenticeship.


Tax Benefits
When you create a Registered Apprenticeship program, your business may qualify for federal grants or tax credits. Most of our program sponsors experience strong returns after investing in a Registered Apprenticeship training program. On average, for every $1 invested, apprenticeship yields $50 in local tax revenues.

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Registered Apprenticeship Partners
Registered Apprenticeship partners with a wide range of organizations, including:

  • Businesses, employer and industry associations
  • Labor management organizations
  • State and local workforce development agencies and programs
  • Two- and four-year colleges that offer associate and bachelor's degrees in conjunction with apprenticeship certificates
  • U.S. military
  • Community leaders and economic development organizations