The vision for apprenticeships is not just a “nice-to-have” alternate pathway for a few students, but instead to help create a more diverse group of future leaders. They can help ensure racial and gender equity and more diverse hiring practices.
Apprenticeships are an effective way to train and develop employees with disabilities and pioneer a more inclusive future of work.
Safal Partners today announced that it will lead the new Registered Apprenticeship Technical Assistance (TA) Center of Excellence on Strategic Partnerships and System Alignment.
Let’s explore how learning and development can create equitable apprenticeships and other on-the-job training programs for a more inclusive future of work.
Chorus.ai, the No. 1 Conversation Intelligence Platform for high growth sales teams and Us in Technology, the mission-driven diversity supplier with a goal of diversifying the technology industry, have launched the Chorus Accelerator Program.
Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS)- a leading non-profit organization connecting individuals from underserved populations with transformative career opportunities- recently announced the launch of its results-oriented WOS Apprenticeship Program.
Apprenticeship program expansion across the United States to strengthen workforce resilience with collaboration among broad network of employers.
JFF's Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning will work to build new career pathways for women and other underrepresented populations in manufacturing.
Workcred has joined a partnership with industry and academia to support industry-recognized apprenticeship programs (IRAPs), as part of a $12 million apprenticeship grant from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).