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A network of Colleges and Registered Apprenticeship Programs
working together to provide college-to-career opportunities

EDUCATORS
  • Provide Apprentices an accelerated pathway to earn an associate's or bachelor's degree
  • Create a new pipeline of degree seekers to increase graduation rates
  • Enhance the competitiveness of businesses by enlarging the pool of highly-trained workers
  • Strengthen relationships among Registered Apprenticeship and postsecondary institutions nationwide
  • Factsheet for Colleges

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REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP
SPONSORS
  • A "grow your own" career path
  • Connection to a network of postsecondary institutions nationwide that accept the apprenticeship certificate
  • Prestige of your Registered Apprenticeship program as a rigorous postsecondary certificate that translates to college credit
  • A recruitment tool to help expand your pool of highly motivated and skilled workers
  • Factsheet for Sponsors

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REPRESENTING
ORGANIZATIONS
  • Be on the cutting edge of postsecondary learning
  • Enhance national understanding of and responses to the needs of apprentices as another working student population
  • Advance the flexibility needed to enable apprentices to pursue further credentials in postsecondary educational programs

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