Registered Apprenticeships are becoming a growing aspect to North Dakota’s workforce, including non-traditional industries. Learn more
about what an apprenticeship is, the benefits to both the employer and student, and how to search for them.
ND Job Service
offers several resources from searching statewide
for internships, apprenticeships and jobs to publishing job and wage information. This data is important as students research their future jobs in North Dakota. This data includes, employment projections, wages, work activities, skills and typical education/training requirements.
Click here to view the list of in-demand occupations
created annually by the Job Service North Dakota Labor Market information department.
North Dakota Department of Career & Technical Education are also there to help students. Their Career Planning Checklist
helps students plan their career exploration step by step starting in the 7th grade. RUReadyND.gov
is also available to students and parents. In this program, there are ACT test prep tools, interest inventories, and much more to help guide them to finding a career. The Career Outlook
magazine is also a great resource for listing all the degrees offered in North Dakota, salary information, and examples of tasks performed. They also explore non-traditional careers such as military, AmeriCorps, Job Corps, and Apprenticeships.
The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (DPI) offers the ND Academic or Career and Technical Education Scholarship. Each of these scholarships are merit-based. For more information and to apply, visit DPI’s website