We’re celebrating National Apprenticeship Week! Apprenticeships combine real-world and traditional learning to help participants develop skills and earn certified credentials that are recognized industry-wide.
Apprenticeships and other forms of work-based learning are key components of the Perkins V legislation. Check out our Perkins V brief for specific steps to help states improve learning and outcomes for their students.
What Others Are Saying
The benefits are clear!#Apprenticeships provide paid on-the-job #training and real-world experience for individuals to develop the skills that employers value. #NationalApprenticeshipWeekhttps://t.co/3SnRCCHjwH
— Opportunity@Work (@OpptyatWork) November 14, 2019
Apprenticeships are a POWERFUL tool for training and developing highly skilled workers…
— Governor Matt Bevin (@GovMattBevin) November 12, 2019
"If we can develop channels that provide employers with the talent they need, with the right training to get the job done in ways that are more efficient, that’s a win for both sides." – @mattsigelman #NAW2019 #NationalApprenticeshipWeek https://t.co/CuDzKzJItl
— Burning Glass (@Burning_Glass) November 13, 2019
Perfect timing for #NationalApprenticeshipWeek – I’ve seen firsthand the value of a hands-on vocational education & am proud to see programs like this paving the way towards a stronger TN workforce.https://t.co/AusVueMyr4
— Governor Bill Lee (@GovBillLee) November 15, 2019