To accomplish this, the office will concentrate on three objectives: First, coordinate efforts and partner with the U.S. Department of Labor to expand registered apprenticeships. Second, develop flexible and scalable programs that focus on the state’s key economic sectors and regional high-wage, high-demand occupations. Third, build public-private partnerships to increase business and industry engagement with education systems.
Finding the talent to keep your business running is hard enough. We’ll show you how Work-Based Learning programs can deliver the return on investment you need and connect you with the team to get it done. As an employer, you can lead the way for your company and your industry to create access and career opportunities and pathways that make you and your workers more productive.
The ultimate role of education in America is to prepare students for a lifelong career that leads to self fulfillment and prosperity. Engaging students into Work-Based Learning programs throughout their educational journey has staggering outcomes for students:
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