Urban Institute – An effort to build national frameworks for registered apprenticeships in a wide array of occupations. The frameworks are consensus based, meaning they are drafted in cooperation with employers, educators, and other workforce and training experts. The goal is to broaden the country’s number and scope of registered apprenticeships. Includes frameworks for Advanced Manufacturing, Energy, Finance, Health Care, Hospitality, Information Technology, Transportation
Interest inventory – A five-minute tool from Career Onestop that matches your interests and aptitudes to careers that suit you.
Find an Apprenticeship – An online portal from the US Department of Labor designed to help career seekers find available Registered Apprenticeships nationwide.
SC Works – A site that provides all jobseekers with career counseling, job referrals, testing and training services, and resume-writing assistance.
Connecting High School Students to Apprenticeship – An article from New America that details the benefits of utilizing youth apprenticeship as a means of developing talented employees.
Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship (PAYA) – a multi-year, multi-stakeholder initiative that aims to assist innovative organizations around the country in developing robust youth apprenticeship programs that are scaled and replicated to serve students, employers, and communities alike.
Cybersecurity Youth Apprenticeship Initiative (CYAI) – A national program available to South Carolina Students and employers. CYIA facilitates paid on-the-job training for upcoming security specialists ranging from ages 16 to 21.
Florence-Darlington Technical College – FDTC has launched an Office of Apprenticeships to serve the workforce development needs of the Pee Dee. The new initiative will support connecting students with participating employers, who have apprenticeship programs registered with the United States Department of Labor, and it will focus on the following high-demand areas: Industrial Maintenance, Welding, HVAC, Machine Tool Technology, Nursing and CDL.
Greenville Technical College – GTC offers registered apprenticeship as an employer-sponsored training program that produces highly-skilled workers who meet workforce demands. GTC works with employers to provide access to this training for which students receive credit toward earning a degree.
Northeastern Technical College –NTC offers both the INA and Highland Apprenticeship Programs which are great ways to earn money while you are earning your college degree. As an apprentice, you will combine class time at NTC with on-the-job training that exposes you to real-life work experiences.
Spartanburg Technical College – SCC offers the BMW Scholars are students in manufacturing-related degrees who attend class full-time while working part-time at BMW. Students further their education while gaining valuable experience in a high-tech manufacturing environment with the potential to become candidates for full-time positions at BMW after successful completion of the program.
Charleston Regional Youth Apprenticeships – Trident Technical College’s program that prepares rising high school juniors and seniors and graduating seniors for rewarding careers in a variety of fields.
Central Carolina Youth Apprenticeship – Programs at Central Carolina Technical College that combine your current high school curriculum with critical on-the-job training from a local employer.
Midlands Youth Apprenticeship – A career-education pathway that helps build a viable, local workforce for high-demand, hard-to-fill positions. It provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get paid to learn as youth apprentices.