Apprenticeship Resources

National and local websites with apprenticeship and career related information for facilitators and students.

Apprenticeship Websites

October 14, 2019

National and local websites for students and educators to explore apprenticeships, grow your skills, and connect with partner organizations.,

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Explore Apprenticeship Careers

 

  • Discover careers and apprenticeships you might want to explore further by answering a few questions about yourself at https://www.mynextmove.org/

 

 

 

  •  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

 

  • 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.

 

 

 

  • 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.

 

 

  • 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. 

 

 

 

  • 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.

 

 

Connect with Apprenticeship 101 Partner Organizations

 

 

  •  State Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program Directory: To find a list of CTE administrators in each region go to http://www.cteisreports.com/. On the left side, view reports and go under program details where you will the “CEPD admin list.”
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