An apprenticeship program gives employers access to a trained, diverse, motivated talent pool that solves their skilled labor shortages while giving individuals a proven path to high paying technical careers.
Put yourself on the path to an in-demand career by taking advantage of our training curriculum and develop the skills needed to perform as a Network Engineer.Learn More
Join the exciting careers in Mainframe as a System Administrator or Mainframe Application Developer by entering this unique pre-apprenticeship opportunity.Learn More
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We attract a diverse and untapped pool of talent, including those who’ve decided that the traditional four-year college path no longer makes sense. Apprentices have education time built into their work week, typically earning three certifications within the first year with the help and guidance of a Franklin Professional Success Coach. They earn, they learn, and your organization benefits from a new stream of enthusiastic, loyal employees.Learn More
If you’ve recently graduated from high school, are ready to transition from a career that doesn’t fit your skills and passions, are under/unemployed or recently displaced from a job, you can now find apprenticeship opportunities in technology, advanced manufacturing, and more.Learn More
A strong team is a diverse team. More and more candidates of varied backgrounds are seeking alternative paths to success, rejecting the traditional four-year college path and all its debt. Franklin recognizes your talents, and the value your perspective can bring, and can connect you with opportunities in the tech industry.
Charged with validating high-quality Industry Recognized Apprenticeship Programs (IRAPs) by the Department of Labor, Franklin is helping employers and industry solve workforce issues by expanding tech apprenticeships across the nation.
"This week marks National Apprenticeship week, and there is no better time to introduce the instructive example of Kim Nichols, CEO of Franklin Apprenticeships"
National Apprenticeship Week runs November 15 – 21 and is all about raising awareness and celebrating the achievements of apprentices across the country. I am so passionate about apprenticeships because they are a tried-and-tested solution to the pervasive and growing challenge of how to recruit and train people for technical careers.
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