Agricultural apprenticeships offer hands-on experiential learning through intensive mentorship to the next generation of farmers and ranchers. New Entry Sustainable Farming Project works to coordinate the Ag Apprenticeship Learning Network (AgALN) to facilitate the growth of more mentorship opportunities to jointly train and support new agrarians. We conduct a yearly survey of apprenticeship programs, and this data represents 45 program responses over three years of reported information (2017, 2018, and 2019). If an apprenticeship program responded to multiple years, the responses were averaged.
The infographic includes data on the number of years apprenticeship programs have been in operatin; demographics served; how many participants are engaged in each program; length of programs; educational components and topics offered; costs per apprentice; and more!