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In October 2015, the U.S. Department of Labor awarded a $5 Million grant to Florida State College of Jacksonville. The Florida Apprenticeship Grant, led by FSCJ, in partnership with St. Petersburg College and Broward College, works with businesses and other partners to enhance workers’ job skills and to close the employment gap specifically faced by Manufacturing, Information Technology, Healthcare and Construction/Trades industries across Florida. The Grant promotes growth and expansion of quality, sustainable and innovative apprenticeship programs.

A total of 1,000 new apprentices will be served through this five year grant program. With special efforts focused on veterans, their eligible spouses, minorities and females.

Have you heard of “Earn while you Learn”?  This opportunity is available through participation in a registered apprenticeship.

What are the benefits of participating in a registered apprenticeship program?

You:

  • Develop applicable real-world skills through structured on-the-job training
  • Have increased job security over those not in apprenticeship programs
  • Earn a national credential for your occupation upon completion of your apprenticeship program
  • Receive guaranteed wage increases based on gaining specific competencies
  • Have greater opportunities upon completion of the apprenticeship to earn higher wages
  • Are better prepared and aligned for advancement opportunities in your organization

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