Nevada's Apprenticeship Project is a grant-funded project, led by Truckee Meadows Community College. They work to ensure all employers in Nevada have access to the information and technical assistance they need to create demand-driven registered apprenticeship programs.
In 2015, Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) was awarded the Department of Labor's (DOL) American Apprenticeship Initiative Grant, and Nevada's Apprenticeship Project was formed. This program will help train more than 300 apprentices across Nevada, preparing them for high-skilled, hands-on jobs.
Whether you're an employer interested in getting positions filled now through a registered apprenticeship program or you're a job seeker ready to earn and learn, you're in the right place.
Combining a relevant education with critical on-the-job experience provides the makings for a successful career. In fact, apprenticeships are the pinnacle of work-based learning opportunities.
The concept behind apprenticeship hasn't changed all that much, but the types of industries successfully using apprenticeship to develop and build their workforce has changed drastically.
Over 600 New Apprenticeship Positions Approved by the Nevada State Apprenticeship Council
Feb. 7, 2018: The Nevada State Apprenticeship Council voted to approve the applications from co-sponsored programs between TMCC and Workforce Connections apprenticeship programs that plan to offer over 600 new apprenticeship openings across five different occupations in manufacturing, healthcare, and workforce development sectors across Nevada.
Apprenticeships offer a way out of low paying, dead-end jobs and put you on a path to high-wage careers and financial success. Don't wait to start. Contact Nevada's Apprenticeship Project today.