Apprenticeship Missouri logoApprenticeship Missouri works with employers, providers and partners to build a diverse and skilled workforce in Missouri through apprenticeship and work-based learning opportunities.

 

As of March 2024, Missouri ranks third in the nation for completed apprenticeships, third in the nation for new apprentices, and third for active apprentices.

 

In the current fiscal year, Missouri has 20,120 active apprentices across 277 registered programs. Since October 2019, Missouri has seen 42,995 new apprentices enter into high-quality registered apprenticeship training programs and 14,516 who have completed their apprenticeship training. Missouri is currently at 78% of its goal to serve 55,000 new apprentices by 2025.

 

Apprenticeship Missouri proudly participated in National Apprenticeship Week (November 13-19) by hosting the 6th annual Apprenticeship Summit November 14,2023 in St. Louis. Join us at the next annual Summit, November 13, 2024.

 

Learn more about Registered Apprenticeships in the Apprenticeship Missouri Playbook. Question about apprenticeships? Contact the Apprenticeship Missouri team at apprenticeship@dhewd.mo.gov.

 

Find open apprenticeship opportunities and ways to partner at MoApprenticeConnect.com.

 

Missouri USDOL Registered Apprenticeship Programs - Sorted by Occupation

Missouri USDOL Registered Apprenticeship Programs - Sorted by Location

Missouri USDOL Registered Apprenticeship Programs - Sorted by Program Sponsor

 

Employers, providers, and partners can find tools and resources for starting and sustaining a Registered Apprenticeship program by clicking the graphics below:

 

 

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Apprenticeship Missouri Background

 

Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 19-20 on Nov. 12, 2019, during the 2019 Apprenticeship Missouri Summit establishing the Office of Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning.

 

Apprenticeship is an industry-driven, high-quality career pathway in which workers can obtain paid work experience, classroom instruction, and a transferable credential while job creators develop and prepare their future workforce. Apprenticeship is:

  • A flexible training model that can be customized to meet the needs of every business and industry.

  • A viable tool for the state to use to give Missourians the necessary skills to succeed.

  • An affordable approach to training and education for the employer and the job seeker.

  • An opportunity to earn a paycheck while learning from day one, reducing the potential to take on student debt.

 

FY 2020 Office of Apprenticeship & Work-based Learning Annual Report

 

FY 2021 Office of Apprenticeship & Work-based Learning Annual Report

 

FY 2022 Office of Apprenticeship & Work-based Learning Annual Report

FY 2023 OAWBL Annual Report

 

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