Apprenticeship is diversifying in every sense of that word, and that kind of broader reach means bringing together the best the American workforce has to offer.
Racial and ethnic minorities remain under represented in many of the most commonly apprenticeable occupations, despite apprenticeships offering a clear path to the middle class. By broadening outreach and striving to reflect the diverse population of the country, apprenticeship sponsors and employers can take real steps to bolster the middle class and strengthen the economy.


Apprenticeship Programs Targeting Minorities

Toolkits and Guides

Research on What Works