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According to Federal Statute, an apprenticeable occupation is a skilled occupation that:

  1. Is typically learned practically through a structured program of 2000 hours per year of supervised on-the-job learning
  2. Is clearly identified and commonly recognized through an industry
  3. Involves specialized skills and knowledge that require a minimum number of hours as directed by the schedule of on-the-job work experience
  4. Requires related instruction classes to supplement on-the-job learning 

Please use the links below to access the U.S. and Maine State lists of apprenticeable occupations.

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There is a broad spectrum of careers that are apprenticeable and the list below will guide you through the work processes of the apprenticeable occupations that currently have Registered Apprenticeship Programs in the State of Maine.

Below is a link to a complete list of the over 1,000 apprenticeable occupations currently recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor.

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To find out more about the Maine Apprenticeship Program, contact your Maine's Apprenticeship Program Specialist.