Pathways to Success: Apprenticeship

Delaware Registered Apprenticeship

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Registered Apprenticeship

Registered Apprenticeship are earn-while-you-learn programs that incorporate key elements, including paid workplace experience and related technical (classroom) instruction. By creating partnerships between employers, community-based organizations, high schools, and postsecondary institutions, programs prepare workers of all ages and experience for in-demand careers.

Registered Apprenticeship for youth (also called youth apprenticeship) provide the same opportunities for high school students to gain paid work experience and skills in a real work environment. They give businesses a chance to develop a new generation of talent.

The Importance of Youth Apprenticeship

High schoolers are expected to make decisions about their future with no experience in the world of work.

Businesses worry about finding skilled employees and losing competent workers to retirement.

Youth apprenticeships help solve these dilemmas. These programs combine paid work experience with technical instruction and are used in fields such as manufacturing, health care, IT and more.

*Jobs for the Future (JFF) Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning, 2022

Why Apprenticeship?

Youth Apprenticeship Solves Challenges

Occupations In Demand in Delaware

Delaware Department of Labor Long-Term Occupation Predictions 2020-2030, 2022
O*net Online and Bureau of Labor Statistics 2021 wage data

2023-01-18T08:54:44-05:00Categories: Apprenticeship, Explore Career Paths|

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