Greater Boston Equitable Apprenticeship Pathways
Greater Boston Equitable Apprenticeship Pathways will connect Boston residents to pre-apprenticeship opportunities over a four year grant period. This pilot is funded by the Apprenticeship Building America (ABA) grant. The ABA grant is a four year $3M grant funded by the U.S. Department of Labor supporting pre-apprenticeship programs leading to Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAPs) from community partners in four different industries:
- healthcare, and
- life sciences.
The Office of Workforce Development manages this grant and the pre-apprenticeship programs are run by partner organizations. Our partners are BEST Hospitality Training, Boston Emergency Medical Services, and MassBioEd. These organizations are industry leaders that provide exceptional career training opportunities.
About the Pre-Apprenticeships
The pre-apprenticeships will provide:
- invaluable training
- career services
- social services, and
- networking opportunities.
Residents should apply directly to the pre-apprenticeships they are interested in on the partner's website. Eligibility requirements vary for each program. Program deadlines and locations also vary. Residents should visit the website of the program(s) they are interested in to learn more. There, you will also find information about program timelines, how to apply, and details on the mission of each partner organization.