An Employer-Centric Earn and Learn Model for Apprenticeship

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Apprenticeship Opportunities Now Available

DOL (Department of Labor) scaling apprenticeship grant

Growing Advanced Manufacturing Apprentices Across America (GAMAAA)

U.S. Department of Labor Awards $12 Million Grant to West LA College/ South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) Led Collaborative to Prepare 5,000 Apprentices for Advanced Manufacturing, Bioscience & IT Careers Nationwide

To be considered for an apprenticeship opportunity please provide your resume by following the link at the button below

Sign up for a FREE course to start learning the ins and outs of the aerospace industry with "Aerospace 101," a ToolingU-SME e-Learning course made in partnership with the SBWIB 

Click on the titles below to download information for the Aero-Flex Pre-Apprenticeship program

Track I Workshop


Why Apprenticeships Matter So Much, and Progress in the U.S. Podcast
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Listen to the podcast as Chris Cagle, SBWIB's Regional Affairs Manager, explains how the apprenticeship program works and why such programs are so important. He enumerates employee and student benefits and speaks about the SBWIB's work with SME to develop and register the first aerospace engineering apprenticeship occupation in the U.S. Click here to visit SME Media to share Podcast

Pre-Apprenticeship Description

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