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JFF’s Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning provides expert guidance and resources on effective approaches to work-based learning that benefit businesses, students, and workers.
About the Center
About Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning
Learn how to plan for, create, and sustain an apprenticeship program
We work with businesses, intermediaries, government agencies, secondary and post-secondary educational institutions, training providers, workforce boards, and more to develop, scale, and promote effective apprenticeship and work-based learning programs that work for a range of participants.
Orrian Willis, program manager, TechSF
Since starting to work with JFF, there’s a number of milestones we’ve achieved. We can say we finally have momentum.
Improving Diversity and Equity in Apprenticeships for Manufacturing
Through 2025, JFF will work to provide apprenticeship opportunities in manufacturing to nearly 2,000 women and people of color.
JFF's Program Design Framework for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in Registered Apprenticeship
This framework offers employers and Registered Apprenticeship sponsors field-informed program design elements and considerations for building systems, processes, partnerships, and practices that can drive diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in Registered Apprenticeship programs.
Featured Blog Post
Modern Apprenticeships Need Modern Preparation: Five Reasons States Should Recognize Pre-Apprenticeship Programs
Formally recognizing pre-apprenticeship programs in alignment with consistent quality standards would drive diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in the apprenticeship system and the broader workforce.