It's National Apprenticeship Week November 13-19, 2017. Check out the full slate of events happening across Wisconsin.

About Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship combines structured, on-the-job training with classroom instruction. Apprentices learn both the theory and practice of a highly-skilled occupation in two to five years, getting paid for their time on the job and in the classroom. Wisconsin's technical colleges provide instruction for more than 40 apprenticeship programs in the industrial, construction and service industries, which helps to meet employer needs and allows students to earn whil they learn.

It Pays

The annual median salary for all apprentices completing instruction with a Wisconsin technical college in 2014-15 was $67,595.

How can I get involved?

Employers: If you're interested in creating apprenticeship opportunities, please visit the Dept. of Workforce Development's employer webpage
Employees: If you're an employee looking for an opportunity to expand your skills through apprenticeship, please visit the Dept. of Workforce Development's apprenticeship applicant webpage
 

Technical College Apprenticeship Resource Pages:

Other Apprenticeship Resources

Great Lakes' "Tools of the Trade" Apprentice Scholarships

DPI (Department of Public Instruction) Apprenticeship Awareness Toolkit

National Institute for Women in the Trades and Technology

United States Department Of Labor-Office of Apprenticeship

WI Department of Workforce Development Home Page

Construction Workforce Diversity Alliance