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How do apprenticeships boost education?

Apprenticeships provide a combination of real-world and traditional learning that allows apprentices to gain paid work experience, and schools to provide on-ramps to in-demand career pathways.

What roles do educators play in apprenticeships?

All apprenticeship programs include a key classroom or related training and instructional component to help students develop skills and earn a certified credential that is recognized industry-wide. The educational component meets business needs and prepares the apprentice for a successful career. As a middle school educator helping students first explore careers, or a high school or post-secondary educator ready to launch students into the workplace, there are many ways to get involved!

Apprenticeship programs provide hands-on training and career-relevant courseworkβ€”all while apprentices are earning a paycheck and reducing or eliminating educational debt. Missouri Apprentice Connect makes it easy for training providers to help students gain skills and embark on valuable career paths.

Sign up today to learn about apprenticeship opportunities available across Missouri that you can share with potential apprentices. Encourage them to create profiles on Missouri Apprentice Connect, which employers search through to find applicants in their region.

Here are just a few reasons to support apprenticeships and register on Missouri Apprentice Connect:

  • Be among the first to see new apprenticeship opportunities to share with potential apprentices
  • Discover what skills employers are looking for so you can help apprentices gain marketable abilities
  • Build relationships with businesses in your region
  • Gain insight to develop complimentary curriculum
  • Partner with employers to design career pathway training
  • Provide college credit for completed apprenticeship courses
  • Contact your local job center to see what funding is available

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