Discover Oregon Apprenticeship.
Who we are.
Oregon Apprenticeship is a group of organizations working to connect you to Registered Apprenticeship. Registered Apprenticeship is a connection to a successful career. It’s a connection to a deep pool of dependable talent for your business. A connection to your future. Whether you’re a job seeker looking to build your career and credentials, or a business looking to invest in a skilled workforce, Oregon Apprenticeship can help get you there.
The Employment Department strives to promote employment of Oregonians through developing a diversified, multi-skilled workforce, and providing support during periods of unemployment.
The Oregon Department of Education fosters equity and excellence for every learner through collaboration with educators, partners, and communities.
HECC envisions a future in which all Oregonians—and especially those whom our systems have under-served and marginalized—benefit from the transformational power of high-quality post-secondary education and training.
Oregon Labor and Industries protects employment rights, advances employment opportunities, and protects access to housing and public accommodations free from discrimination.
A look back.
HISTORY OF REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP IN OREGON
- The first apprenticeship trust fund in Oregon is initiated.
- Oregon State Apprenticeship Law is established.
- National Apprenticeship Act is established.
- JFK establishes non-discriminatory Executive Order for apprenticeship programs.
- DOL mandates women’s labor laws for apprenticeship programs.
- 5,700 apprentices are registered in Oregon.
- Pre-Apprenticeship training programs are established.
- Oregon registers its 10,000th apprentice.