Building Strong and Inclusive Economies through Apprenticeship

Describes apprenticeship programs that can meet the talent development needs of a wide range of industries while increasing access to good jobs for many more Americans. States are seeking ways to make college more affordable and build their STEM workforce, but many find that traditional higher education is not enough to develop and retain workers.

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