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IBM LAUNCHES APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM AT BATON ROUGE CENTER

IBM launched its apprenticeship program at its Baton Rouge, Louisiana, center on Tuesday and has hired its first cohort of 50 technology apprentices. The apprentices receive on-the-job training to help them qualify for some of the more than half…

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APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM AIMS TO FILL OPEN JOBS IN CYBERSECURITY

The American Cyber Alliance and the Arkansas Center for Data Sciences have partnered to create a 16-week cybersecurity apprenticeship program. The organizations aim for the apprenticeship to begin filling a "cyber talent pipeline" for open…

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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY APPRENTICES LEARN MEDICAL ASSISTING WHILE ON THE JOB

Apprentices are working at Washington University (WU) centers as medical assistants. Apprentices work four and a half days a week in a medical office, checking patients in, taking vital signs, updating charts and learning alongside doctors,…

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NEW METHOD OF DEVELOPING RESTAURANT MANAGERS BRINGS RESULTS

The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) recently launched the Hospitality Sector Registered Apprenticeship Project (HSRAP). One of the goals of the program is to turn restaurant crew members into general managers by…

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NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM AIMS TO ADDRESS TECH TALENT GAP IN UTAH

Silicon Slopes, with the support of Talent Ready Utah, is linking arms with Apprenti to create a new partnership to address the 6,000 currently unfilled tech jobs statewide. The partnership is building a system that assesses, trains and places…

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NEW IT APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM LAUNCHED IN MARYLAND

A new apprentice program in Baltimore will launch on July 8 that will help 50 people learn in-demand IT skills. Franklin Apprenticeships is launching a program that’s designed to provide locally-based, long-term talent. 

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