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
Explore How Your Institution Fits in Apprenticeship:
Learn more about how community colleges can aid apprentices in completing an apprenticeship and a degree program.
Middle or High School
It's never too early to get a head start on your career. Learn how high and middle schools can create youth apprenticeship programs.
READY TO GET STARTED?
Search for partners in your desired location or industry to make apprenticeship a career option for your students.