Franklin's earn-and-learn programs are filling the most acute tech skills gaps
in the country. Designed in collaboration with employers and industry leaders,
Franklin's proven approach is expanding the tech talent pool with diverse, passionate individuals
with a desire to learn and the determination to succeed.
Franklin develops new apprenticeship programs based on industry-demand and labor market
data which identifies skills gaps that need to be filled. Our programs help employers build a
sustainable pool of talent, while supporting individuals to launch rewarding, life-long careers
full of growth potential.
Protect our right to privacy, help corporations stay competitive, and guard our national security.
Support internal and external customers to resolve any technical issues they encounter.
Build and maintain IBM Z infrastructure to enable large-scale enterprise success.
Code and develop software, apps and websites that solve problems for companies and everyday people alike.
Build and maintain networks that provide centralized access to company data.
Franklin Apprenticeships is on a mission to unlock the potential of the hidden tech workforce. We provide educational opportunities to individuals who are ready to begin a career in tech.
Our proven apprenticeship model produces apprentice candidates who are pre-qualified and ready to interview for apprenticeship and other entry-level
employment opportunities in the tech industry.
We find lifelong learners with an affinity for tech. No prior IT experience or tech training is required.
Through a scientific assessment and our virtual foundational training program, we help candidates decide if a career in tech is the best path for them and support them to become job ready.
Our talent solutions team supports job ready candidates to interview with Franklin Employers; about half are matched as apprentices while others find jobs independently.
Our Professional Success Coaches guide apprentices and their employers through the structured, on the job training program.
Our apprentices add value from day one and become more productive every day as they earn qualifications which are registered with the Department of Labor.
“Our apprentices are highly engaged and always raising their hands about what could be better. It makes me excited for what’s to come as we continue to bring in new cohorts of apprentices.”VIEW MORE
The United States Department of Labor (DOL) has recognized Franklin Apprenticeships as an inaugural Apprenticeship Ambassador in recognition of our commitment to expanding access to apprenticeships nationwide and promoting Registered Apprenticeships for high-demand roles in the tech sector.LEARN MORE
Franklin Apprenticeships and Lightcast Unveil Comprehensive Report on Tech Skills and Jobs in 2022, Revealing Key Insights into Competitive Tech Job Market Tech occupation job postings increased by nearly 15% in 2022 vs. 2021 124,000 employers were competing for tech workers, a 31% increase vs. 2021 Median wages for tech workers reached $106,880, increasing faster […]READ MORE
Building on its long history of developing talent, Kyndryl, the world’s largest IT infrastructure services provider, has embraced the IBM Z Apprenticeship program to continue to build its world-class talent pool. This month, Kyndryl collaborated with IBM and Franklin Apprenticeships to celebrate the energy, passion, and achievement of the company’s first group of IBM Z […]READ MORE
PenFed Credit Union’s IBM Z Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony The atmosphere was electric as PenFed Credit Union hosted its inaugural IBM Z Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony. The event celebrated the journey and remarkable achievements of PenFed’s first apprentice graduates, who not only successfully completed their rigorous, on-the-job training programs – but also contributed to essential business processes […]READ MORE