Creating Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs to Expand Opportunity in America

Provides a framework for an important part of an expanded approach to industry-recognized apprenticeship programs. This new initiative encourages trade and professional associations, employers, educational institutions, unions, labor-management organizations, states, and other third parties to collaborate to create new, industry-driven apprenticeship solutions. 

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