US Departments of Labor and Education, and other national stakeholders, have placed a significant emphasis on helping more individuals in non-traditional labor pools, such as people with disabilities, access Registered Apprenticeship.

Expanding Access and Meeting Employer Needs: More Opportunities for People with Disabilities

Published jul. 18, 2018

JFF’s Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning is excited to amplify the work of the JD-VRTAC project, helping more people with disabilities access apprenticeships by sharing the JD-VRTAC’s tools with a wide range of stakeholders nationwide. Learn more, read a blog on the Center website by Thomas Hooper, Associate Vice President, JFF.