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Data Analyst Apprenticeship



IT, Data Science
Baltimore, MD, USA · Washington, DC, USA
Posted on Tuesday, July 2, 2024


Position Summary

The Data Analyst Apprenticeship is an earn-and-learn opportunity within an organization geared toward building upon the foundations of a career in data analytics. While working and learning in this competency-based 12-month apprenticeship, you will spend four days per week in on-the-job training, and one day per week completing OpenClassrooms’ online data analyst training path - all while earning an income! At the completion of your apprenticeship, you will receive a U.S. Department of Labor Certificate of Completion of a Registered Apprenticeship Program.

The program is open to applicants from all walks of life. For example, you might be:

  • A recent high-school graduate looking to start a new career
  • Or a recent college graduate looking to gain professional experience to improve your tech and digital skills
  • Or even an experienced professional in a different field looking to switch careers

Please read on for detailed minimum qualifications.

Future-proof your career with OpenClassrooms

OpenClassrooms’ mission is to make education accessible to everyone. Through this apprenticeship opportunity with one of our employer partners, you can learn a new job while simultaneously receiving a unique 100% online training experience that combines 20% theory and 80% real-life projects, ensuring you are fully prepared for the job ahead. Joining OpenClassrooms means becoming part of a global community of over 12,000 active and motivated learners spread across 72 countries.

Apprentice Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate technical data to determine effect on designs or plans.
  • Design research studies to obtain business information.
  • Analyze data to identify trends or relationships among variables.
  • Apply mathematical principles or statistical approaches to solve problems in scientific, business or applied fields.
  • Present research results to others.
  • Prepare analytical reports.
  • Evaluate data quality.
  • Prepare data for analysis.
  • Work in a team with information technology personnel.
  • Design software applications.
  • Design and implement security, compliance and ethical measures for computer or information systems
  • Install computer software.
  • Write computer programming code.
  • Update knowledge about emerging industry or technology trends.


  • Able to work {{on-site within the employer's Location, remote, or hybrid}}
  • At least 18 years of age
  • U.S. citizen or have the right to work in the U.S.
  • Available to commit to a 2000-hour competency-based apprenticeship program (approximately 12 months)
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English (for non-native speakers a TOEFL score of 80 is recommended)
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Technical knowledge:
  • Fundamentals of computer literacy (high-school level)
  • Fundamentals of probability, statistics, and linear algebra (high-school level)
  • Programming language (HTML, SQL, Python ...)
  • Manipulating data (Excel, BI tool ...)


We value your application and assure you that it will be given careful consideration based on the information you provide.

By submitting your application, you agree to provide accurate and up-to-date information. Our teams will review this information to determine your eligibility for one of our apprenticeships. Please note that the review of your application does not imply any guarantee of its validity or your enrollment in one of our apprenticeship programs. You must await our final confirmation. Any false declarations or failure to submit required documents may result in exclusion from the process, without compensation. OpenClassrooms reserves the right to take appropriate action to protect its rights.

We want to inform you that at the time of your application, there may not be any employers with open apprenticeship positions that match your profile. Submitting your application does not guarantee that you will be connected with one of our partner employers or be hired by any company. For this reason, OpenClassrooms cannot be held responsible for any resulting compensation or damages.

However, if you choose to be part of our talent marketplace and accept the associated terms and conditions, we will include your profile, which will enhance your visibility with our employers. These employers may contact you directly if you meet their requirements, but success is not guaranteed. When an employer expresses interest in your profile, they will coordinate with you to schedule an interview. If both parties agree that you’re a great fit for the role, the employer will notify us, and we will then reach out to us to initiate the enrollment process. Don’t worry, this process is straightforward and involves reviewing a few documents before activating your account on our learning platform.

Please be aware that you are applying for an apprenticeship training program with the opportunity to work alongside one of our employer partners. If hired as an apprentice, you will receive complimentary enrollment in OpenClassrooms' online training program and a salary (or hourly wages, as applicable) from the employer. We want to clarify that although OpenClassrooms offers other types of non-apprenticeship training programs for a fee, this application process does not involve any payment for training.

Intrigued? We’d love to hear from you! Apply today — we’re standing by for your resume!

OpenClassrooms will not discriminate against apprenticeship applicants or apprentices based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, genetic information, or because they are an individual with a disability or a person 40 years old or older. OpenClassrooms will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship and will operate the apprenticeship program as required under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 30.

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