November 14-20 is

Idaho Apprenticeship Week

National Apprenticeship Week is a time for industry, nonprofit, education and government leaders to showcase apprenticeships and the opportunities they create for Idahoans.

Find Idaho Apprenticeships

There are 1,820 Idahoans enrolled in apprenticeships.
There are 231 Idaho businesses that sponsor apprenticeship programs.
93% of employees stay with a business after graduating from an apprenticeship.
The average salary is $77K for a graduated apprentice.

“Through apprenticeships – a proven career pathway Idaho is strongly pursuing to build our pool of skilled workers – employers can create a sustainable talent pipeline with employees that receive extensive education and training in one of more than 1,200 occupations in Idaho.”

– Gov. Brad Little

Booper dreams big book cover

Booper Dreams Big: An Almost True Story of Apprenticeship

This is a children’s book about a dog who channels his love of the stars into a career opportunity as an apprentice. It is designed to engage students in grades K-5 while promoting career planning as a lifelong habit of the mind.

Working Classroom

Let’s get to work in life’s classroom. The Idaho Department of Labor will connect you with on-the-job training.

Apprenticeship connects Idaho health clinics with talent

Health clinics already face a heavy administrative burden and managing and paying for training is a big obstacle that gets in the way of staffing and talent recruitment. The Idaho Community Health Center Association is trying to solve this problem through apprenticeship training and funding coordination.

Apprenticeship News & Stories


Brought to you in partnership with

National Apprenticeship Week
National Apprenticeship Week
AmeriCorps
Idaho Business for Education Youth Apprenticeship Program
Idaho Division of Career Technical Education
Idaho Division of Veterans Services
Idaho Division of Vocation Rehabilitation
Idaho STEM Action Center
Idaho Workers Opportunity Network
Idaho Workforce Development Council