Cybersecurity Youth Apprenticeship Initiative (CYAI) to partner with Clark U.’s Tech Quest Apprenticeship initiative to train tech workers
Washington, D.C. – The Cybersecurity Youth Apprenticeship Initiative (CYAI) will partner with Tech Quest Apprenticeship, a national initiative led by Clark University’s School of Professional Studies, to provide information technology (IT) and IT-related apprenticeships to unemployed, underemployed, and incumbent workers through 2023. Tech Quest Apprenticeship and CYAI partnered to maximize the impact of their individual […]
Tech Quest Apprenticeship is providing this article in observance of National Entrepreneurship Week. by Makaya McKnight, Public Consulting Group Entrepreneurs are innovators. They drive economic growth, create jobs, and fuel economies critical to building resilient and self-reliant communities. Entrepreneurs have proven themselves vital to the economy insomuch that February 13 – 20, 2021 is recognized as […]
By Veer Mudambi Worcester Magazine Conventional wisdom says that unemployment comes from lack of available jobs, but it’s actually more complicated than that. Sometimes job openings are not the problem, but rather there aren’t enough skilled workers to fill them. Read the full article here.
By John LaBrie Dean, School of Professional Studies and associate provost for professional education, Clark University Leaders in higher education and the business world have opportunities to work together in new ways to make education more relevant in the workforce. View the full article here.
Tech Quest Apprenticeship is providing this article in observance of National Apprenticeship Week. This week marks the sixth annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), a celebration that shines a light on the benefits of apprenticeship for employers, career-seekers, and the economy. In recognition of NAW, we’re pleased to share some valuable insights from our conversation with […]
By Kathryne Sonnett Next week, Clark University will join business leaders, educational institutions and other partners to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) and recognize the value apprenticeships add to a skilled workforce. Full article here.
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.
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.