Creating Accessible Career Pathways Through Apprentices and Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

As the nation’s workforce grows more diverse in the face of an uncertain future of work, policymakers and community leaders across the country are partnering with the private sector to develop new and more equitable pathways to middle-skills, living-wage jobs. Apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeship programs that combine classroom instruction and paid on-the-job training can be a powerful lever to advance racial economic inclusion. Join this webinar to learn more about successful approaches to expanding apprenticeship opportunities in the skilled trades and professional services sectors. (New tool: Apprenticeships).

Speakers included:

  • Abbie Langston, PolicyLink (moderator)
  • Laura Heller, Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership / BIG STEP, Milwaukee, WI
  • Jessi Wilcox, Launch Code (St. Louis, MO)