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Los Angeles Apprentice

Thank you for your interest in the Los Angeles County Department of Economic Opportunity Apprenticeship Initiative. If you are interested in being considered for an apprenticeship, please share your contact information below

Interested in becoming an apprentice in Los Angeles?

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Key features of a professional apprenticeship include:

Work Experience:





Apprentices work full time to gain practical skills and knowledge related to a specific professional profession.

Education and Training: While working full time, apprentices also receive formal on-line education.

Apprenticeships have a fixed duration, during which apprentices work towards achieving a set of competency standards. The length of an apprenticeship can vary depending on the industry and the complexity of the skills being acquired.

Apprentices work under the supervision of experienced professionals who serve as managers and mentors, guiding them through the learning process and providing feedback.

Apprentices are full time employees and paid for their work. Wages may be lower than those of fully qualified workers. The pay may increase as the apprentice progresses and acquires more skills.

Upon successful completion of the apprenticeship, apprentices receive a national credential from the Department of Labor.


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Los Angeles is home to a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Apprenticeship Innovation Hub. With grant funding, the Hub helps employers launch professional apprenticeship programs. This links cutting-edge jobs with untapped skills found in diverse labor pools. 


Employers gain:


  • Apprenticeship programs launched at zero cost

  • Assistance identifying talent from diverse labor pools

  • A reduction in new hire costs and time-to-hire

  • Increased retention rates with 90%+ apprentices remaining at their company after 5 years

  • Federal, state and local incentives


Apprenticeships are a strategic way for organizations of any size and industry to enhance their professional labor pipeline and close skills gaps. 

Interested in connecting directly with Marilyn Stemper, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Innovation Hub?

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