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Apprenticeship can bridge the employment gap for workers without college degrees

Learn how an apprenticeship program with IBM helped workers without a college degree gain a new career in information technology. 

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Non-profit gets $2 million grant to provide entry-level healthcare training

The Western Colorado Area Health Education Center wants to create scholarships with these federal funds, getting more certified nurse aides and personal care providers though classroom training and apprenticeships.

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Southern Utah businesses, workers take advantage of first statewide apprenticeship resource site

"Melisa Stark, Utah commissioner of apprenticeship programs, said in a press release that interested employers and job-seekers can visit the newly-launched apprenticeship resource website to find ways to get involved. “As businesses struggle to…

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AT&T and Northern Virginia Community College Launch IT Apprenticeship Program

AT&T has created a new IT apprenticeship program with Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI) that aims to help identify and train entry-level information technology talent and expand…

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ABC13 virtual job fair features school districts hiring across Houston area

As schools start the new year, there are plenty of opportunities for jobs. The labor shortage is impacting industries, and education is no different. Districts are looking for not just teacher positions, but I.T., custodians, and bus drivers.

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Workforce Development: Apprenticeship Programs Help Build the Fleet

Naval shipyards and industry partners see business growing, but finding enough trained and qualified workers is a challenge.

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Youth Apprenticeships Move Forward in Indiana, Despite Pandemic Challenges

The trend towards youth apprenticeships in Indiana is continuing despite challenges from the pandemic as a program in northern Indiana recently received $500,000 to continue paid career training for high schoolers. 

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