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Openings in Apprenticeship
Openings in Apprenticeship Programs/Apprenticeship Applicants:
While program sponsors may not have openings listed on this page, they may nonetheless have apprenticeship opportunities available. Many programs accept applications on a continuous basis and then contact applicants directly when an opening occurs. If you are interested in searching for possible openings in a program or a trade, you should contact the registered apprenticeship program sponsors directly regarding possible apprenticeship openings.
Special note: The International Union of Elevator Constructors Local #71 and #74 Joint Apprenticeship Committees are accepting applications. Review the announcement for its elevator constructor program #71 (PDF, 33KB) and the announcement for its elevator constructor program #74 (PDF, 33KB) for more information on how to apply. The Boilermakers Southeastern Area Joint Apprenticeship Committee is also accepting applications. Review the announcement for the boilermaker program (PDF, 76KB) for more detailed information and how to apply. The Jacksonville Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers (PDF, 49KB), Jacksonville Electrical JATC (PDF, 38KB), and Ironworkers Local 597 (PDF, 83KB) is accepting applications for 2013. Please review their announcements for detailed information and how to apply to their programs. The Northeast Florida Builders Association (NEFBA) is accepting applications for the following trades: carpentry, electrical, plumbing, and heating & air conditioning. Review NEFBA announcement (PDF, 22KB) for more information on where and how to apply.
Additional Training and Employment Information:
You may search for other training and employment opportunities, through Employ Florida Marketplace.
Additionally, you may be eligible for financial assistance through your local One Stop Center when you become an apprentice. However, it is important to determine your eligibility before you enter a program by reviewing a listing of all Florida One Stop Centers and by contacting the One Stop Center nearest you.
For Program Sponsors:
Program sponsors may list apprenticeship openings on this page. A form for submitting your openings is located on the Forms page of our website.
Program sponsors are required under Title 29 CFR Part 30.4(c)(1) to disseminate information regarding their programs, openings and application procedures to employment service offices (Florida One Stop Centers) either 30 days prior to the earliest application date or not less than semi-annually for programs that accept applications throughout the year. Locate a One Stop Center in your area in order to comply with the federal code requirements.
You may also view the entire text of Title 29 CFR Part 30.