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Information for Businesses Offering Apprenticeships

Foster talent and grow your team by giving apprentices hands-on experience in a structured environment.

Registered apprenticeship programs can be run directly by employers or through sponsor organizations, such as unions, employer associations, or community-based intermediaries. Apprenticeships run the gamut from traditional jobs such as carpenters, electricians and public safety officials to new technology-focused occupations including those in cloud computing, advanced manufacturing, and healthcare. Here's your one-stop shop for forms, policies and guidance on running a registered apprenticeship program.

Contact Information

Address

19 Staniford St., 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02114

Online

Compliance Inquiries - North Shore, Central MA East, Michael Falasca (617) 626-5405 Email Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) at Michael.A.Falasca@mass.gov
Compliance Inquiries -,Central MA West, Laura Lee (617) 626-5672 Email Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) at Laura.E.Lee@mass.gov
Compliance Inquiries - Metro Boston (617) 626-5409 Email Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) at
Compliance Inquiries - Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Cape, South Shore, and South Coast, Celina Dias Pendexter (617) 626-5407 Email Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) at Celina.Pendexter@mass.gov

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