This year celebrates the 85th anniversary of the passing of the National Apprenticeship Act of 1937 which established the Registered Apprenticeship Program. To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, the Center for Advancing Policy on Employment for Youth (CAPE-Youth) is hosting a webinar with apprenticeship intermediaries on the evolution of apprenticeship, in general and for people with disabilities specifically. In the past decade, the total number of active apprentices increased by 78%. Additionally, apprenticeships have expanded beyond traditional occupations such as construction trades to include industries such as information technology, clean energy, cybersecurity, and healthcare. This has allowed for more programmatic access for underrepresented populations. However, apprenticeship programs remain an underutilized career pathway among youth and young adults with disabilities (Y&YADs). This webinar will provide a brief overview of inclusive apprenticeships and feature speakers from 3-4 apprenticeship intermediaries who will discuss their advancement efforts and best practices to ensure apprenticeships are inclusive of Y&YAD. An apprenticeship intermediary is an organization with the capacity, expertise, and network to help businesses successfully create, launch, and expand apprenticeship programs.