This work is about helping to ensure that the Registered Apprenticeship model can fulfill its historic promise and better reflect the vast diversity of the American worker today.

JFF CEO Maria Flynn in “JFF Awarded $13 Million U.S. Department of Labor Funding to Expand Equity and Inclusion in Apprenticeship”

Published jul. 15, 2021

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On July 15, JFF issued a press release announcing that we have received $13 million in new funding from the U.S. Department of Labor to expand the country’s capacity to offer diverse and inclusive Registered Apprenticeships. Through this cooperative agreement, JFF's Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning will provide direct, hands-on training and support to employers, education and training providers, and community organizations to help them increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in U.S. apprenticeships.

You can learn more about the initiatives we will pursue with this new funding in this press release.

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