Franklin Apprenticeships Strategic Partners
Franklin Apprenticeships is proud to partner with a wide variety of dedicated and well‑established organizations: workforce investment boards, educational and workforce associations and training, technology and program delivery providers. With our network of strategic partners, we strive to bring positive change to individuals, communities and businesses throughout the United States.
AELP – The Association Of Employment And Learning Providers is an organization that represents hundreds of organizations responsible for delivering the majority of the UK’s Britain apprenticeships, traineeships and programs for the unemployed.
IAMCP – Comprised of top registered Microsoft Partners, The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) is a network of national associations aimed at ensuring greater competency for Microsoft products as well as enhancing customer value.
State Apprenticeship Program Partners
Apprenticeship Maryland – Apprenticeship Maryland creates employment opportunities for Maryland workers in highly skilled trade jobs and non-traditional apprenticeship industries
Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry – The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry promotes variety of initiatives and programs to foster economic development and an improved local business climate.
Training Provider Partners
Intequal – With experience spanning multiple decades, Intequal is a UK-based firm offering innovative apprenticeship programs in the IT and digital fields. Intequal offers globally-recognized qualifications from companies like Google, Microsoft, and CompTIA.
St. Louis Community College – Offering a high quality, affordable education, STLCC is identified as one of the best colleges in St. Louis.
Workforce Board Partners
Partner4Work – Partner4Work is a workforce development organization that connects funding, expertise, and opportunities to develop a thriving workforce in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania region.