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Do you have a Work-Based Learning program? Tell us about it in a short survey and scale your impact!

Do you have a Work-Based Learning program? Tell us about it in a short survey and scale your impact!

In order to assist in the state’s goal of increasing career and college readiness and participation in the labor force, Nevada received an 18-month technical assistance policy academy grant from the National Governors Association to scale, elevate and sustain Work Based Learning opportunities for young adults, ages 16-29. This is in an effort to prepare for the careers of the present and future and to provide employers with a skilled workforce.

We are seeking insight into already existing programs that offer initiatives that provide opportunities to young adults, ages 16-29, so we can expand the quality and impact of what is already occurring. Please fill out any information you may have by following the link:

We appreciate your time and service in closing the skills gap in Nevada and we will keep you informed of the work we are doing as it moves along.


“Work-based learning provides students with authentic work experiences where they apply and develop employability and technical skills that support success in careers and post-secondary education. Work-based learning activities culminate in an assessment and recognition of acquired knowledge and skills.” –National Governor’s Association

Upcoming Workforce Events/Meetings You May Find Interesting


The events shared in our newsletter are not intended to indicate OWINN endorsement; although at times they can mean OWINN participation. 

Apprenticeship/Work-Based Learning Openings Notification Group - Short Survey

Are you an individual or community provider/ organization interested in learning about apprenticeship openings OR work-based learning opportunities in Nevada to share with the individuals you serve?

If so, please take this ONE minute SURVEY to receive up-to-date information regarding specific Openings, Recruitment or Hiring Fairs as OWINN receives them from employers, associations & other organizations. 

Maybe you are interested in applying to openings or maybe you serve students, adults, veterans, etc. (as a teacher, counselor, administrator) and want to share openings with your network? Either way, take this short survey below.


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OWINN's strategies:

  • Assess workforce policies
  • Design career pathways
  • Scale Registered Apprenticeships
  • Leverage labor market insights and workforce data
  • Validate industry-recognized credentials


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