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About APHL – Legacy

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ApprenticeshipPHL is a public/private collaborative of cross-sector stakeholders advancing apprenticeship as a powerful engine for regional prosperity in Southeastern Pennsylvania. We build more equitable and inclusive apprenticeship models that open doors to career pathways for underrepresented populations.

How can ApprenticeshipPHL support you?

Outreach, Education, and Awareness

We coordinate a broad range of events, trainings, and social media campaigns to develop awareness about apprenticeship and our partners’ apprenticeship programs.

Apprenticeship Registration

If your organization is thinking about registering an apprenticeship program, we will meet with you and support with the registration process.

Technical Assistance

Program registration is only the first step. For your apprenticeship to thrive, you’ll need to implement, sustain, and enhance your program. We are available to provide technical assistance to ensure your program is successful.

Funding Opportunities

We can provide you with an overview of available funding opportunities with an eye toward sustainable funding models.

Regional Partnerships

Southeastern Pennsylvania has a robust ecosystem of apprenticeship partners. We are eager to connect your business with experienced local intermediaries, educational partners and more.

Collaboration Partners

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Why We Think Apprenticeships Are Important

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