Your chances for achieving a satisfying and fruitful apprenticeship will greatly increase if you take the time to examine some of the resources below.
Helpful info for apprentices
SOIL's Apprenticeship Manual: A comprehensive guide to getting the most out of your apprenticeship.
CRAFT Southwestern Ontario: CRAFT (Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training) is a collaboration of organic and biodynamic farms whose aim is to provide opportunities for interns to learn more about sustainable small-scale agricultural production. The CRAFT program offers on-farm training to the interns of all regional CRAFT farms.
Helpful info for farmers
SOIL's Apprenticeship Manual: (same as above): a comprehensive guide for providing a good apprenticeship.
Efficiency on the Farm: some insights about how staff can save time and get more done during the work day
Webinar: Apprenticeship Overview by Rowena Hopkins. 45 Minutes; conveniently tagged for skipping to portions you're interested in.
A list of interview questions to use with apprenticeship applicants
A set of guidelines/standards for offering a mutually beneficial apprenticeship (these were developed by a different apprenticeship organization)
An apprenticeship handbook with many helpful tips. Published by an American apprenticeship organization.
Other farming opportunities
The Young Agrarians: a BC-based, Canada-focused resource for young and new farmers