Quick video showing apprentices in action.
Explore Apprenticeship Careers
- Visit https://www.doleta.gov/oa/occupations.cfm to find a list of all available occupations in registered apprenticeships
- Discover careers and apprenticeships you might want to explore further by answering a few questions about yourself at https://www.mynextmove.org/
- Research careers that interest you and find training, experience and jobs matching your interest through Get My Future at https://www.careeronestop.org/GetMyFuture/
- Get information about growing occupations and industries with the most new jobs: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/
- Find information about careers with the free O*Net database, a continuously updated national resource for occupational information. Search by occupation, skills and interests, or job title or code at https://www.onetonline.org.
Grow Your Skills
- Sign up at Khan Academy, https://www.khanacademy.org/, a non-profit organization offering free personalized learning for all ages anywhere and anytime to help grow your skills Courses are offered in math, science, computers, English and many more.
Michigan Specific Apprenticeship Information
- Whether you’re a job seeker or an employer, visit https://www.mitalent.org/apprenticeships to find out how beneficial a Michigan apprenticeship can be and learn how to get started.
- If you’re a Michigan resident and interested in learning and on the job training, https://miapprenticeship.org/ may be a good place to look. This website offers apprenticeship opportunities.
- Learn more about Michigan apprenticeship programs designed to get you into a career in the construction trades here: https://www.constructioncareersmi.com/your-career.
- Find out how to get started in one of Michigan’s most in-demand trade careers at https://www.goingpro.com/.
- The Workforce Intelligence Network, https://winintelligence.org, provides real-time labor market information to partners and stakeholders to facilitate data-driven workforce solutions in South East Michigan.
Skilled Trades Descriptions
National Apprenticeship Information
- Whether you’re a career seeker, employer, educator or student looking to find information about apprenticeships, https://www.apprenticeship.gov/, the official website of the United States government, is a great place to start.
- If you are looking for apprenticeship opportunities anywhere in the nation, go to https://www.apprenticeship.gov/apprenticeship-finder/listings. Search by city, state, zip code or occupation.
- Information available on apprenticeship occupations, statistics, National Apprenticeship Week with many helpful links can be found at https://www.dol.gov/apprenticeship/, a website managed by the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Visit Workforce GPS, https://apprenticeshipusa.workforcegps.org/, for informational tools and resources for employers and job-seekers, and network by joining an online apprenticeship community.
- Employers can explore the steps to creating an apprentice program with A Quick Start Toolkit: Building Registered Apprentice Programs, available online at https://www.doleta.gov/oa/employers/apprenticeship_toolkit.pdf.
- A national network of colleges and Registered Apprenticeship sponsors allowing apprenticeship graduates to attend and complete their postsecondary degrees at member colleges can be found at https://doleta.gov/oa/racc.cfm.
- Visit https://www.doleta.gov/oa/occupations.cfm to find a current list of all available occupations in Registered Apprenticeships.