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First CU Denver-Registered Apprenticeship Launches In the College of Engineering, Design and Computing

As a Hispanic-Serving Institution, CU has utilized apprenticeship to create job pathways for its students. They have launched their first program in high-growth industries of IT, Computing and Design.

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US Department of Labor Announces Apprenticeship Building America Program

The Apprenticeship Building America program will make $113 million in grant funding available, including up to $50 million to support equity partnerships and pre-apprenticeship activities to increase enrollment in Registered Apprenticeship Programs.

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New Tennessee Teacher Apprenticeship Program Hailed as ‘Game Changer’ in Effort to Reduce Classroom Shortages

The Teacher Residency Program is a “grow-your-own” model in which districts recruit candidates from within their communities and give them extensive on-the-job experience before they take over their own classrooms. 

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Washington State IT Apprentices Gain Digital, Verified Program Credentials Through WTIA Workforce Institute and Merit

Apprenti partnered to provide free digital completion certificates and a resume builder tool to all Apprenti graduates in the state of Washington.

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QC Chamber seeks business partners for high school apprenticeship programs

The Quad Cities Chamber seeks business partners for its High School Registered Apprenticeships. Those interested can partner with a local school district and develop a high school junior or senior apprentice through customizable on-the-job training.

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Fed Wants to Make Truck Driving More Attractive Career Field Choice

The new Safe Driver Apprenticeship Pilot Program regulation will allow anyone at least 18 years of age with a state-issued CDL and a clean record to drive interstate trucks under the direct supervision of an experienced driver.

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Whitmer: More than 91K students accepted into Michigan Reconnect program since launching 1 year ago

The Michigan Reconnect program gives any Michigander who is 25 or older the chance to get a tuition-free associate degree from a community college, a skills certificate, or an Apprenticeship. They have had 91k students participate in the first year.

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