Ohio will receive a three-year $9.4 million federal grant to further strengthen the state’s Registered Apprenticeship system and expand the number of apprenticeship opportunities available for Ohioans, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) announced recently. Ohio ranks second in the nation for the number of registered apprentices, with more than 19,000 enrolled. The U.S. Department of Labor awarded higher amounts to states that demonstrated excellent performance in key policy objectives, and Ohio received the maximum amount available for the “Building State Capacity to Expand Apprenticeship through Innovation” grant.
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