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.
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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.
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.
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.”