ApprenticeshipNH Info Session on Sept. 16th – learn about our learn as you earn model towards a new career!
ApprenticeshipNH and Great Bay Community College partner with EnviroVantage on new Registered Apprenticeship program
EnviroVantage, an environmental and specialty services contractor with headquarters in Epping, has developed a new Registered Apprenticeship program for hazardous waste material technicians.
Littleton Regional Healthcare was looking to add five medical assistants to their team. They had been recruiting for six months and were unable to find applicants.
Community College System of NH receives $3.45m to expand apprenticeship programs to high school students
The Community College System of New Hampshire will be able to expand its successful ApprenticeshipNH program to high school students thanks to new grant funding from the U.S. Department of Labor.
Stonyfield has launched a new maintenance repairer Registered Apprenticeship program. The program has been developed through a program with Manchester Community College (MCC) and the ApprenticeshipNH program.
Collaborate, don’t compete: Freudenberg Sealing Technologies and EPTAM Plastics illustrate ApprenticeshipNH model is working
Industry leaders EPTAM Plastics and Freudenberg Sealing Technologies have partnered to offer employees at both companies the opportunity to participate in a component of the ApprenticeshipNH training program together.
Nashua Community College will host the final stop on the Connecting Workforce Resources Tour. The event connects companies with available resources to address workforce challenges effectively. Five events were held in the spring with over 200 participants giving it high ratings.
Karen is one of seven EPTAM Plastics employees enrolled in the Machine Operator apprenticeship at the company’s Northfield, NH location. Read about how things are going for her so far!
Freudenberg apprenticeship helps keep company on the front line of new technologies and advancements in manufacturing machinery, while also helping employees advance in their career.
The extension will help train an additional 200 or more apprentices so they can advance their careers and earnings in New Hampshire, and will bolster efforts to build capacity for apprenticeships at employers across the state. This continuation funding of $847,770 will extend the grant from April 30, 2019, and brings the total investment in the program to over $2 million in federal funds.