Career opportunities exist for students to start apprenticeships while in high school (usually 11th or 12th grade). School to Registered Apprenticeships are partnerships between schools and employers and include providing paid, on-the-job training combined with classroom instruction at a nearby high school or community / technical college. Students simultaneously earn a diploma, college credits and industry-recognized credentials.
Contact your regional apprenticeship coordinator to learn more about starting a successful program.
A successful program:
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Brad Little, Governor
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