Finding and keeping great tech talent is one of the most pressing challenges businesses face today. There are simply not enough qualified people to fill the increasing demand for technical skills. Layer on the need to attract more diverse candidates, and what was once a difficult challenge has become a bidding war for the same small pool of tech talent. It’s time to look beyond computer science degrees and open your doors to people with a passion for tech, the ability to learn, and the motivation to succeed.
Franklin Apprenticeships’ employers have found a new source of job-ready talent. Our earn-and-learn programs help 60+ employers fill mission-critical tech vacancies now, while creating a long-term pipeline of diverse talent for the future.
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Need a new way to build your tech talent pool?
Let's talk about apprenticeships.
Apprenticeships are earn-and-learn programs registered by the Department of Labor, typically lasting 12 months. Apprentices are full-time employees, who are earning while they’re learning. They work through structured training to build technical and professional skills on the job.
Franklin Apprentices are committed, passionate, highly-valued contributors from diverse backgrounds. They make an impact from day one and become more productive every day as they develop technical and professional skills. Franklin's clients report apprentices become 80% productive within six months.
Our approach has been developed in collaboration with the world’s premier experts on apprenticeships, top specialists in technical training and education, and the nation’s top employers.
The team of Franklin experts does the heavy lifting, managing the program seamlessly. Apprentices are committed, passionate, highly-valued contributors who make an impact from day one and become more productive every week as they gain technical and professional skills. Tech apprenticeships are a great way to recruit new candidates or retrain existing talent for hard-to-fill roles.
Franklin’s employers report that their apprentices are 100% qualified in their tech roles by the end of their apprenticeships, with an average retention rate of 94%.
Franklin Apprenticeship’s mission is to unlock the hidden potential of the American workforce.
Our proven apprenticeship model produces apprentice candidates who are pre-qualified and ready to interview for apprenticeship or entry-level
roles 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.
Professional Success Coaches support apprentices and their managers through the apprenticeship journey.
Qualified themselves with a Registered Apprenticeship, they provide professional skill development and
deliver successful program outcomes.
Coach apprentices every week and support
apprentice managers and mentors as needed.
Onboard apprentice, mentor and manager and
establish clear expectations.
Develop individual learning plans, evidence,
competence, and manage progress.
Focus on developing critical professional skills
and help adjust to the work environment.
Provide structure, support, accountability,
and coach apprentices to success.
Faciliatate office hours with Subject Matter
Experts and establish weekly agenda topics.
Franklin offers apprenticeship programs for the highest-demand tech roles in the country.
We continue to add new occupations based on employer demand and labor market data.
If you are interested in a program you don't see here, please get in touch.
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 networks that provide centralized access to company data.
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.
No bachelor’s degree
Registered Apprenticeship programs help businesses develop highly-skilled employees, reduce turnover rates, increase productivity and lower the cost of recruitment.
Apprentices can be hired as contractors, subject to the requirements of the Registered Apprenticeship Standard which you will adopt by signing the Employer Acceptance Agreement.
In most jobs, people are hired for the skills they’ve already acquired; in apprenticeships they are hired for the skills they will acquire – at a reduced wage that will increase as they gain competency. Apprentices take classes while they are working, combining technical knowledge with on-the-job learning. At the end of the apprenticeship, they earn industry-recognized certifications and a nationally recognized credential from the U.S. Department of Labor
Our programs typically last 12-18 months.
Franklin Apprenticeships is dedicated to helping businesses solve skilled labor shortages,
and empowering individuals to launch rewarding tech careers.