Wells Fargo is participating in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Apprenticeship initiative that includes a network of more than 150,000 employers in more than 1,000 occupations. The initiative is dedicated to developing a new generation of workers to help the U.S. succeed in the 21st-century economy. Currently, we are focused on veteran programming through Apprenticeships, with the potential to expand to recruit all diverse segments. This program will be available for internal and external candidates.
What is an Apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship is a Department of Labor structured, long-term experiential on-the-job training (1+ years), resulting in certification of specific skill sets for applicants not meeting basic qualifications for the non-apprentice equivalent role. Wells Fargo will offer a unique supplemental training for veterans.
Apprenticeships in general are able to be supported on early talent models through advanced skill sets, including transitioning military apprenticeships. The apprenticeships offer us the opportunity to attract veterans and provide them structured development opportunities to capitalize on proven competency success and build financial industry knowledge.
At completion of the program, apprentices will have:
- Earned the designation of a Department of Labor Certified Apprentice
- Developed key professional skills that will serve them well in their future career at Wells Fargo
How to apply?
All apprenticeship roles are posted like other job postings at Wells Fargo. Job seekers are encouraged to use the search term "apprentice" to find available positions. All apprentice roles are paid work and learn opportunities available to both internal and external candidates.
Questions about Apprenticeship? Please contact: