Through A-TAC, the Council and its Workforce Consortium will partner with Community Colleges, vocational and technical schools, workforce development boards, One Stop Career Centers, community partners, unions, and the business community, tailoring resources to meet the need of different registered apprenticeship stakeholders. A-TAC will also support efforts to help connect registered apprenticeships to degrees.
NJ Apprenticeship Technical Assistance
Registered apprenticeship is an earn-and-learn strategy that combines classroom and on-the-job training. Traditionally used in the trades including utilities and construction, New Jersey is working to expand apprenticeships to nontraditional occupations such as health care, transportation, life sciences, and other industries. NJ is also working to ensure expanded access to apprenticeships for women and people of color, who have historically been overlooked.