Apprenticeships are proven to work. Why don’t we use them?
Siemens has sponsored an outstanding article on The Atlantic, outlining the benefits of apprenticeship programs.
According to the article: Around the world, especially in Europe, apprenticeships are a mainstream, practical alternative to the four-year college track that still dominates the traditional American career path—even when that path has proven not to work for everyone.
Learn about the Manufacturing Showcase, coming to DCTC October 9.
For more information, contact:
- Marlo Miller
Training Coordinator, Manufacturing and Technology
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