Apprentices

Apprentices

Think registered apprenticeship might be a good path for you? Learn how it can help you acquire sought-after skills and launch a career.

Registered Apprenticeship

Apprentices are individuals who receive on-the-lob learning from a master-level supervisor while typically receiving job-related education from institutions such as community colleges or trade organizations. They can be current high school students, recent graduates, experienced workers or military veterans.

Industry Information

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Information for Transitioning and Active Duty Veterans

For members of the military, apprenticeships are a pathway to more challenging assignments during active duty, or to a rewarding career after transitioning back to civilian life. Veterans may be eligible to use GI Bill benefits while apprenticing.

NCWorks.gov

Looking for apprenticeships and other employment opportunities? Visit NCWorks.gov to begin your search.

Information for K-12 Educators

Apprenticeship can play a valuable role in preparing students for future careers in a competitive economy. Students can begin preparing for a career pathway that includes apprenticeship as early as middle school. The trajectory can be conceptualized in three phases: Career Awareness, Career Exploration and Career Preparation.