Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs CTE

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Centers

CTE centers develop New Hampshire’s most valuable resources—its people —by helping them gain the skills, technical knowledge, academic foundation and real-world experience they need to prepare for high-skill, high-demand, high-wage careers. CTE is leading change, transforming expectations, giving students a choice and making the difference for students, for high schools and colleges, for businesses and industries in New Hampshire. Visit NH-CTE.org ›

Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs, NHDOE

NH Department of Education

The NH DOE is committed to helping students, parents and educators (including teachers, principals, superintendents and school communities) meet the educational needs of each student. This site provides a wealth of data and information about NH DOE’s programs, services and initiatives available for everyone. Visit NH DOE website ›

Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs ApprenticeshipNH

ApprenticeshipNH

The ApprenticeshipNH program, housed at the Community College System of New Hampshire and funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, is a unique effort that prepares individuals through Registered Apprenticeship programs to more effectively participate in the modern workforce. Focusing on the advanced manufacturing, construction and infrastructure, healthcare, hospitality and information technology sectors, the program provides NH residents with invaluable opportunities to earn and learn by pursuing highly-skilled, high-paying jobs, and opportunities for employers seeking to build a qualified workforce in NH. Visit EarnLearnNH.org ›

Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs CCSNH

Community College System of NH (CCSNH)

CCSNH, through its seven colleges across the state, provides academic programming and manages job training programs through its college-based workforce development offices to make sure businesses have the employees they need now and in the future. CCSNH credit and non-credit programs are designed to prepare individuals for today’s job market and/or for successful college transfer. The goal: achieve 65 x 25, or for 65 percent of NH adults age 25 or older to earn some form of training beyond high school by the year 2025. Visit CCSNH.edu website ›

Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs, ELO

Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO)

Extended Learning Opportunities are the practical, real-world experiences that allow students to study or learn a trade outside of the traditional classroom setting. These learning opportunities create a well-versed workforce that meets the needs of NH businesses. A few examples include apprenticeships, internships and independent studies. Visit NH DOE website ›

Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs, NH SPI

New Hampshire Sector Partnerships Initiative (NH SPI)

SPI is an industry-driven effort for NH businesses to convene and collaborate on workforce solutions and identify funding opportunities for training programs. SPI focuses on five sectors critical to the NH economy: construction and infrastructure, healthcare, hospitality, advanced manufacturing and information technology and is open to all sectors. Visit SPI website ›

Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs, NH Works

NH Works

NH Works promotes life-long learning by partnering with businesses, agencies and organizations to bring the state’s education, employment and training programs together. This workforce development system provides the means for NH residents to gain sufficient skills, education, employment and financial independence. Visit NH Works website ›

Work-Based Learning New Hampshire: Partners and Programs Work Ready NH

WorkReadyNH

WorkReadyNH is a free workforce development program tailored to meet the needs of job seekers and career builders. The program provides training in the specific skills employers are looking for in current and future employees and is open to all sectors. Visit CCSNH website ›