Start a New Career with an Apprenticeship!
Looking to start a new career where you can learn on the job?
Apprenticeship may be your solution!
Connecting Job Seekers to Apprenticeships at CareerSource NEFL
Apprenticeships have been used for many years to train new employees in specialized trades like shipbuilding and electrical work.
Now, employers in diverse industries are starting up apprenticeship programs as a way to attract quality people to their businesses.
In these “We’re Here to Help” videos, listen as CareerSource Northeast Florida Apprenticeship Navigator Doreen Lund explains how apprenticeships work and how she can help employers both fund and set up their first apprenticeship programs – and why job seekers should consider this great ‘earn while you learn’ alternative to the traditional four-year college degree.
Apprenticeships are expanding in Florida and are available in a host of industries including Information Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, Healthcare, Construction, Hospitality, Trades, and more.
Earn while you learn at an organization investing in you and your future. Under the guidance of a mentor, you will be taught new skills, earn periodic raises, receive national certification, and have a well-paying job on completion.
Gov. Ron Desantis on Workforce Training & Apprenticeships
CareerSource NEFL has partnered with the Jacksonville Chamber, education, business, and community leaders to focus on developing a shared framework designed to increase system coordination, with the desire to build a workforce pipeline that serves both the goals of talent within our community and the needs of businesses throughout our region.
Our work facilitates opportunities for a growing collaboration of regional partners to share best practices and engage in projects that support talent advancement. Our goal is to build a robust talent ecosystem to meet the needs of our business communities.
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Apprenticeship News and Updates
If you are involved around the work of registered apprenticeships – visit the new Registered Apprenticeship Academy Website. Created through the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration’s Office of Apprenticeship, the academy provides...
St. Petersburg College recently partnered with the University of Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC), the first solar energy apprenticeship program registered with the U.S. Department of Labor. (Courtesy of https://pv-magazine-usa.com/) Across...
I never intended to do an apprenticeship. I didn’t even know you could do one at the age of 47, but it turns out you’re never too old for an apprenticeship. (Courtesy of www.multiverse.io/) I was at a key transitional point at work, thinking about my next steps. I was...
Nikki Miller, Mack Trucks Lehigh Valley Operations Apprentice Nicole DeFuso and Nikki Miller are changing the course of their careers while learning valuable skills. DeFuso and Miller are apprentices at the Mack Trucks Lehigh Valley Operations in Macungie, Pa....
The number of states with federally registered apprenticeship programs for teachers has doubled in just six months, as policymakers and school district leaders look to the model as a promising solution to teacher pipeline challenges. (Courtesy of Education Week) An...
US DEPARTMENT OF LABOR WELCOMES 98 NEW APPRENTICESHIP AMBASSADORS TO PROMOTE, EXPAND, DIVERSIFY REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP
More than 300 organizations committed to advancing apprenticeship opportunities WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the latest 98 additions to the 205 organizations already serving as Apprenticeship Ambassadors to help the department promote...
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