Angela N.

“Looking back to a year ago, I would not have been able to predict how far I’ve come, all thanks to NPower and their partnerships with World Wide Technology and Citi.”

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IT Generalist Apprenticeship

IT Apprenticeship is a New Approach to Building Talent for your Company

NPower has pioneered an IT Generalist Apprenticeship program with the U.S. Department of Labor (US DOL) to offer a nationally recognized credential to our graduates and to support your company’s entry-level technology-related recruitment goals.

What is an Apprenticeship?

An Apprenticeship is a nationally recognized credential from the U.S. Department of Labor. It is earned by individuals who first enter a structured technical training program—consisting of classroom instruction and a paid internship. The individual is then hired by an Apprenticeship partner employer providing On-the-Job Training (OJT).

Apprenticeship is Good for Business

  • Helps recruit and develop a highly skilled workforce
  • Improves productivity and the bottom line
  • Provides opportunities for tax credits and employee tuition benefits in some states
  • Reduces turnover costs & increases employee retention
  • Creates industry-driven and flexible training solutions to meet national and local needs

"For every dollar spent on apprenticeship, employers get an average of $1.47 back in increased productivity."


How it Works

​The U.S. Department of Labor and NPower apprenticeship model is based on a one-year commitment

1-Year Training
Tech Fundamentals
  • 23-week program (304 hours of IT training)
  • 16-weeks of in-class instruction
    • CompTIA A+ Cert Exam Prep
    • Industry guest speakers and site vists
    • Professional development
  • 7-week paid internship
Apprenticeship Training
  • 30-weeks, “On-the-Job” training
  • Agreed training relevant to work
  • 30-week paid apprenticeship
  • Supervisor approved
Registered Apprentice

Registered IT Generalist Apprentice with the U.S. Department of Labor

Industry-recognized credential

Apprenticeship Partners


Robert Half Technologies



Beacon Hill Preparatory Institute

ComHome Technology Solutions

Code Stream Studios

DFW Technology

Premier LogiTech

The Gomel Group

World Wide Technology in conjunction with CITI


APEX Systems


Atlas Data Systems

City of Newark

Gadget Software

JP Morgan Chase

New Jersey Transit

Frank Recruitment Group Inc. in conjunction with Service Now

Icon Information Consultants in conjunction with Bank of America

Total IT Consulting in conjunction with the County of Essex

Total Tech Solutions in conjunction with Samsung

Contact NPower Today to Become an Apprenticeship Employer

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Lucas B.

“I hope to continue learning with NPower and join the Cybersecurity program. My goal as an IT professional is to become a cybersecurity analyst, where I can apply the skills I developed in the military as well as at NPower.” 

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Ricardo N.

“I came to NPower with some technical skills and left with the knowledge and experience to transition my career into the IT field. Thanks to NPower and the on-the-job experience I gained from my internship at Bright Star, I am confident in my abilities as an IT professional.”

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Alejandra B.

“NPower provided me with an internship opportunity to showcase the skills I learned throughout the program and gain meaningful experience. My time at NPower has given me a much better understanding of my career path in tech.” 

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Jonay S.

The NPower staff was always supportive and understanding of the sacrifice we were making and helped anyway they could.  After a year of sacrifice and time apart from my husband, I eagerly looked forward to starting my position with Citi. During my internship and apprenticeship at Citi, I have gained IT experience within a global company, applying the skills and training received from the program.

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Mailien N.

There was a lot of support for young females trying to break into the IT field. We met many strong female role models through site visits which encouraged and impacted not just me but other females in my class. I had a lot of support from the NPower team, especially when it came to my professional development and how I presented myself.

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