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Clinton calls for tax credits for apprenticeships

In a speech in South Carolina Presidential candidate Hilary Clinton will call for a $1500 Tax Credit for every apprentice a business hires in an effort to boost the number of youth in apprenticeships. The announcement has been widely covered and you can read more here by clicking the 'View Page Now' button on the right.

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06/17/15 01:26PM

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Expanding Opportunity Works

Broderick Johnson, Assistant to the President and Cabinet Secretary, and Chair of the My Brother’s Keeper Task Force penned this article on President Obama’s support for the launch of a new private-sector entity, the My Brother's Keeper Alliance, made up of a diverse range of philanthropic, community, and private-sector partners pledging to work to expand opportunity for youth, strengthen the American workforce, and fortify the economic stability of communities across America. The article highlights the role the American Apprenticeship Initiative plays in providing these opportunities. Read more by clicking the ‘View Page Now' button to the right.

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05/04/15 01:07PM

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Apprentices trade Sacramento street life for arena construction jobs

Great article from the Sacramento Bee on low income, hard-to-serve youth accessing career training through a partnership between Job Corps, the Operating Engineers Local 3 - Rancho Murieta, CA.-, and the Sacramento Kings that results in apprenticeship opportunities with the potential to change lives and provide a pathway to a good career.

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01/15/15 11:03AM

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Apprenticeships Could Be Gateway to Middle Class

Great article from Jan. 12 on the US News & World Report site touts Apprenticeship as the “gateway” to the middle class. The article shares the story of apprentices working their way through a Mechatronics program with Siemens that results in an Associates degree and a job earning $55K a year. Longtime Apprenticeship advocate Bob Lerman, economics professor at American University and fellow at the Urban Institute, and Secretary of Labor Tom Perez also weigh in in support of apprenticeship expansion in the U.S.

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01/15/15 10:32AM

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Recommendations to Encourage Partnerships between Registered Apprenticeship & Community-Based Organizations

The Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship (ACA) and the Office of Apprenticeship have recently issued a paper titled -- Recommendations to Encourage Registered Apprenticeship - Community-Based Organization Partnerships -- focusing on the importance of increasing connections among the Registered Apprenticeship system and Community-Based organizations (CBOs). Read more & download the paper here.

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11/13/13 01:43PM

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Recommendations to Encourage Registered Apprenticeship – Community-Based Organization Partnerships

The Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship and the Office of Apprenticeship have recently issued a paper titled --"Recommendations to Encourage Registered Apprenticeship – Community-Based Organization Partnerships" -- focusing on the importance of increasing connections among the Registered Apprenticeship system and Community-Based organizations (CBOs). The “white paper” aims to help address the need of American industry for a highly skilled workforce, and offer recommendations for providing often under-represented populations a viable pathway to the middle class.

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11/13/13 01:37PM

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Kentucky High School Students get on TRACK in Manufacturing

Mike Donta, Deputy Commissioner with the Kentucky Labor Cabinet shared this article on Kentucky's Breckinridge County Area Technology Center, where students have the opportunity learn technical skills through the TRACK - Tech Ready Apprentices for Careers in Kentucky - program. Read More here.

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11/05/13 11:28AM

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Washington Post Op-Ed: Apprenticeships could help U.S. workers gain a competitive edge

On May 3rd, the Washington Post published an Op-Ed piece highlighting the importance Apprenticeship could play in helping the U.S. address the growing skills gap may employers face. Read more here.

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05/07/13 01:00PM

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Economic Benefits of Registered Apprenticeship for Apprentices and the Public Sector

Archived Recording of the April 11,2013 "Economic Benefits of Registered Apprenticeship for Apprentices and the Public Sector" Webinar. This Webinar provided an overview of the results of a recent Mathematica Policy Research study on the high earnings potential of Apprentices and the cost-benefits to the public sector and taxpayers. The Webinar also highlighted how Washington State has used funding for School to Registered Apprenticeship programs, non-traditional Apprenticeships, and Apprenticeships in high-demand industries. If you missed the Live Webinar, download the recorded version to hear from presenters on strategies for advancing Registered Apprenticeship to meet the 21st century workforce challenges facing the U.S. today. Speakers included Apprenticeship Administrator John Ladd, Deputy Director for the Washington State Workforce Training & Education Coordinating Board Bryan Wilson, and American University Professor of Economics and Urban Institute Fellow Bob Lerman.

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04/18/13 09:45AM

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The Scholar Technician - Pickens County, South Carolina "Developing A Workforce for You"

Pickens County, in upstate South Carolina, is committed to academic excellence. In Pickens County students are being given access to the tools required to succeed in today’s competitive market place. The motto in Pickens County is “Developing a Workforce for You.” Read the blog and see the video here to learn more.

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04/02/13 03:14PM

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PBS NEWSHOUR Article on Apprenticeship as Answer to Youth Unemployment

From PBS NewsHour's “The Rundown” – A blog which features business and employment news and insight - Writer Paul Solman spoke with Economist, Urban Institute Fellow, and American University Professor Bob Lerman on Lerman’s belief that Apprenticeship is the answer to address the U.S. “Youth Unemployment Crisis”. It’s a great read!

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02/08/13 10:59AM

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Sheet Metal Workers Local 1 Trailblazer and Innovator SpotLight

The Sheet Metal Workers Local Union #1 and the Central Illinois’ Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association (SMACNA) have paired to offer apprenticeship opportunities to underrepresented populations through a Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC). Learn more about how the partnership is helping prepare the next generation of workers in the Sheet Metal industry through work with local colleges and the Tri-County Construction Labor Management Council.

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01/14/13 09:14AM

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How To Set Up an RA Program

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09/28/11 10:30AM

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Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 02-07

Leveraging Registered Apprenticeship as a Workforce Development Strategy for the Workforce Investment System

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09/23/09 10:28AM

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Training and Employment Notice (TEN) 10-09

Toolkit and White Paper on Improving Transition Outcomes of Youth with Disabilities through Apprenticeship

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09/23/09 10:19AM

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Montana Launches New Apprenticeship Site for Youth

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry has launched its new "Apprenticeship Montana" Web site. It's a fantastic example of outreach and awareness-building for both potential apprentices (geared toward middle and high school students) AND parents. Check it out! The direct link to the site is http://www.exploreapprenticeship.mt.gov/default.asp.

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08/05/09 02:32PM

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Putting Community Colleges to Work

This "Inside Higher Ed" article covering President Obama's April 16 announcement of the American Apprenticeship Initiative provides a great summary of the goals of the initiative; and offers additional coverage of Vice President Biden's April 7 announcement of the launch of the Registered Apprenticeship-College Consortium, aimed at ensuring apprentices in the U.S. can earn college credits toward a degree as they progress through an apprenticeship. Click the "View Page Now" button to the right to read the full article.

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04/17/14 02:56PM

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Cory Booker, Tim Scott team up for the first time

Booker and Scott are unveiling a proposal that would promote apprenticeships in highly-skilled trades, a move designed to help fill millions of technical jobs in the construction, manufacturing energy and telecommunications industries, while also creating jobs for younger Americans, especially minorities struggling to find work.

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04/09/14 03:29PM

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Front and Center - Maryland Gubernatorial Candidate on Apprenticeship to Prepare Youth for Careers

This 'Front and Center" video with Maryland gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler and his running mate Jolene Ivey share the second in a series titled, 'Front and center' highlights his plans to use Apprenticeship to prepare Maryland Youth for the workforce.

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12/12/13 12:51PM

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New York Times: Where Factory Apprenticeship Is Latest Model From Germany

Excellent article on the need for expansion of Apprenticeship. Article highlights Apprenticeship Carolina as a great example of Industry and Education working together to prepare a new generation of workers. In the article Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez is quoted as saying, "As a nation, over the course of the last couple of decades, we have regrettably and mistakenly devalued apprenticeships and training. We need to change that, and you will hear the president talk a lot about it in the weeks and months ahead.” Read more here.

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12/02/13 01:04PM

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