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TEXTRON ANNOUNCES NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

Textron announced a new apprenticeship program in association with WSU Tech and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The program offers students a full time job tooling, which means using the tools needed for…

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ISSUES INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM FINAL RULE

The U.S. Department of Labor today published a final rule that will help expand apprenticeships in the United States by establishing a system for advancing the development of high-quality, Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs (IRAPs).

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WOOD COUNTY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONSIDER APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS

Wood County Schools Superintendent Will Hosaflook is proposing creation of an apprenticeship program which would allow students to get first-hand mentoring in hands-on careers.

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FLEET READINESS CENTER EAST TO BEGIN ACCEPTING APPLICANTS FOR PAID APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

This unique work-study program offers participants the opportunity to work as full-time federal employees, receiving pay and benefits, as they pursue a combination of education and on-the-job training. Tuition is paid by FRCE. Apprentices will…

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SMALL BUSINESSES ARE NOW HIRING APPRENTICES. SHOULD YOU?

Stories like this are becoming more common, as businesses of all sizes discover (or, in a way, rediscover) the value of apprenticeships.

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MASSEY ELECTRIC AMONG LOCAL EMPLOYERS OFFERING APPRENTICESHIPS TO GROW THEIR OWN WORKERS

Since 2012 Massey Electric has increased from 142 employees to 258, and all of its project managers started as apprentices.

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