How Does Apprenticeship Boost Education?
Apprenticeships for students provide a combination of real-world and traditional learning that allows students to gain paid work experience, and schools to provide on-ramps to in-demand career pathways.
What Roles Do Educators Play in Apprenticeship?
All apprenticeship programs include a key classroom or related training and instructional component to help students develop skills and earn a certified credential that is recognized industry-wide. The educational component meets business needs and prepares the apprentice for a successful career. As a middle school educator helping students first explore careers, or a high school or post-secondary educator ready to launch students into the workplace, there are many ways to get involved!
Create Opportunities for Applied Learning
Develop curriculum, deliver classroom instruction, and provide pathways to a career, college degree, and/or certification
Connect with Employers
Build relationships with industry leaders to better prepare students for the workforce
Start a Program
Partner with local employers to manage an apprenticeship program at your educational institution