Connecting Secondary Students to Apprenticeship Programs

Webinar #2: Overview of Technical Assistance Resources

To enrich our students' high school experiences and secure a path to career and postsecondary success, communities across the country are strengthening the pipeline between career and technical education (CTE) and apprenticeship. This U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) project explored programs that connect CTE students and apprenticeship programs.

On November 20, 2017 at 2-3 pm ET, OCTAE welcomes the release of technical assistance resources to assist state and local leaders in initiating or expanding the alignment between existing CTE and apprenticeship programs based on project findings. Presenters from Vivayic, RTI International, and the Tech Ready Apprentices for Career in Kentucky (TRACK) program will introduce the resources and discuss potential application for CTE and apprenticeship stakeholders.

Speakers:

  • Sharon Lee Miller, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, U. S. Department of Education
  • Scott Stump, Vivayic, Inc.
  • Mary Taylor, Kentucky Department of Education
  • Mike Donta, Kentucky Labor Cabinet

Register for Webinar #2

In case you missed it: The first webinar in this series was held in April 2017 to discuss findings from site visits to eight programs that have connected CTE students with apprenticeship programs. The webinar materials and recording, along with the site visit report, can be accessed at:
http://cte.ed.gov/initiatives/potential-of-apprenticeships-in-secondary-education.

Date

November 20, 2017

Time

2 PM - 3 PM ET

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