Learn more about apprenticeships: Idaho businesses and employees both benefit from registered apprenticeships. Employers see an increase in employee retention, productivity and profitability. Employees earn while they learn, reduce student debt and may receive a nationally recognized certificate or credential.


Idahoans are enrolled in a registered apprenticeship program


Idaho businesses sponsor registered apprenticeships


Apprentices employed after completing a registered apprenticeship


Average salary for people who complete a registered apprenticeship

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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.

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Educator & Counselor Resources

Learn about apprenticeships in Idaho and how to start a Student to Registered Apprenticeship Program at your school.

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Apprenticeship News

Get the latest information and find stories about apprenticeships in Idaho.


Find local career exploration events.

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