In Fall 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Employment and Training Administration (ETA) awarded 36 states and 1 territory a combined $50.5 million dollars in SAE grants to engage industry and workforce intermediaries, employers, and other partners to expand apprenticeship to underserved populations, expand apprenticeship into new occupations and industry sectors, and integrate apprenticeship as a talent solution into their education, workforce, and economic development systems.
This SAE effort has resulted in new apprenticeships in both traditional and non-traditional industries, including healthcare, building trades, cybersecurity, business services, advanced manufacturing, and information technology – meeting companies’ talent needs and offering more pathways to in-demand, middle class jobs to more Americans. On this page, you’ll find links to specific tools and resources that have been developed to advance the goals of the SAE grants.
- Apprenticeship Connections Newsletter
- SAE Grantee Frequently Asked Questions (updated April 2021)
- SAE Promising Practices - 2020
- SAE Grantee Training Materials
- Apprenticeship Expansion: Post-Secondary Educational Alignment and Workforce System Partnership
- Apprenticeship Promising Practices: Aligning State Systems and Partnerships
- Apprenticeship Promising Practices: Growing and Diversifying the Pipeline of Apprentices
- Apprenticeship Promising Practices: Expanding Business Engagement
Grants Management Resources