Nevada’s Student Apprentice Advantage
Apprenticeship can be your chance to access a strong middle-class career in high-demand and high-growth industries in Nevada. Learn more about what apprenticeship is and how apprenticeship can make a difference in your life.
Apprenticeship, OJT & the GI Bill
Most employers know that veterans can receive GI Bill benefits while at college or university, but did you know that veterans can use their GI Bill benefits for apprenticeship and on the job training?
Registered Apprenticeships in the New Nevada
A registered apprenticeship is a way for an employee to receive hands-on training, education, pay raises, a career and a nationally-recognized credential and for employers to develop a qualified and highly skilled workforce.
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Nevada Vocational Rehabilitation
Our mission is to help people with disabilities become employed and to help those already employed perform more successfully through training, counseling and other support services.
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The average starting wage for an apprentice is approximately $15 per hour.