Youth Apprenticeship is gaining traction throughout the U.S. as a high-quality work-based learning strategy that reflects the spirit of Perkins V (Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act). Employers are increasingly hiring high school students and utilizing youth apprenticeship to build the skills they need. Youth Apprenticeship in IT and Cybersecurity in particular have more opportunities for youth than ever before.
As a U. S. Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeship Intermediary, Appteon promotes quality high school work-based learning, including youth apprenticeship, for both the foundational skills that contribute to an individual’s future success, and for the proven pathway educators and employers can use to build skills employers need.
Join “Youth Tech Apprenticeship: A Modern WBL Strategy” to learn more about Youth Apprenticeship, particularly in IT and/or Cybersecurity, how to incorporate it into your initiatives, and chat with the following experts in the field about a thriving youth apprenticeship program:
Danielle Meyer - Prince William County Schools, CTE Workforce Development Coordinator
Quiana Gainey - Founder & CEO, SecureTech360, MySecureKid.org
Bridget Brown – ICF, Director of Workforce Innovations
Crystal Thrower - Virginia Department of Labor and Industry, Registered Apprenticeship High School Work-Based Learning Specialist
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Appteon, Inc. is an award-winning technology and workforce solutions company and serves as a U. S. Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeship Industry Intermediary. Support for this event is provided through a U. S. Department of Labor contract, “Industry Intermediaries to Expand Registered Apprenticeship Programs.” This training is not intended to be construed as an official U.S. Department of Labor endorsement of a company, its products, or services.