Author: Dustin Aguilar


Tech Apprenticeships: Bridging the Gaps Between Employers and Job Seekers

Many employers, both large and small, such as IBM, have embraced apprenticeship as one of several ways to hire what IBM’s CEO, Ginni Rometty, calls “new collar” workers. View the full article here.

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Clark University to receive $12 million Department of Labor Grant

Clark University has been awarded a $12 million apprenticeship grant from the Department of Labor, Employment, and Training Administration to provide business technology training nationwide to people struggling with unemployment and underemployment, and to those who seek to master relevant technology skills in an evolving workplace. More info at the link below.

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About Tech Quest Apprenticeship

Tech Quest Apprenticeship is a national consortium of businesses, higher education institutions, local workforce development boards, and industry partners transforming the way Americans gain IT and IT-related skills to enter the workforce through apprenticeship. Led by Massachusetts-based Clark University, in partnership with Public Consulting Group, and supported by a grant from the US Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration, Tech Quest Apprenticeship is creating and expanding Registered Apprenticeships and Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs (IRAP) across high-demand fields including information technology, healthcare, advanced manufacturing, and cybersecurity.

The Tech Quest Apprenticeship program is an equal opportunity program.
This project is supported by the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor as part of an award totaling $11,999,771.00 and $4,200,000 from non-governmental sources.
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