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Governor Wolf, U.S. Labor Secretary Walsh Highlight Value of Apprenticeships as New Program Opens in Carlisle

The Yellow CDL Driving Academy in Carlisle will offer apprentice drivers four weeks of classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel training.

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Colorado Is Using Apprenticeship To Recover From the Pandemic

Registered Apprenticeship Programs are a tool for economic recovery, create pathways into in demand careers, and a powerful model that helps employers

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Rebuilding Her Life While She Builds Homes

After personal losses and three bouts of Covid-19, Deyonna Hancock is finding a new start in the construction industry as an apprentice ironworker.

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Governor Wolf Announces New Investment in Electrical Industry Apprenticeships in Central Pennsylvania

Governor Tom Wolf is continuing to invest in Pennsylvania’s workforce with the announcement of $297,000 in new funding to help JATC of Shamokin Electricians IBEW LU 607 (JATC) prepare apprentices for in-demand jobs in the electrical industry.

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Pre-Apprenticeships' Boost Female Construction Workers

Pre-Apprenticeships help break down barriers for women in traditional trade apprenticeship programs. The idea is to give disadvantaged Californians, including poor women, the tools they need to get accepted into trade apprenticeship schools.

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Major Boost to Trucking's Workforce Efforts

American Trucking Associations (ATA) signed a Registered Apprenticeship agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor. As a national sponsor, ATA can now provide its member-companies the ability to offer apprenticeships to job applicants. 

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Workforce Development’s Role in Building the Infrastructure Labor Force

Construction and other industries supported by the new federal infrastructure law face labor shortages. Apprenticeship and other Workforce development systems help narrow that gap by supporting efforts to bring in women and workers of color.

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