AIM Research Brief Series: Understanding Institutional Funding Sources as Part of Apprenticeship System Building

Thursday, August 27, 9:30am - 11:00am (PDT)

Expanding apprenticeship is a key priority of the federal government, and as employers and workforce intermediaries explore registered apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship as models to solve talent pipeline problems and offer opportunities to a broad swath of job seekers, questions of funding are paramount. Please join us for this webinar sponsored by the ODEP Apprenticeship Inclusion Models (AIM) project. ODEP will present on recent policy briefs on funding models and on the Ticket to Work program as an option for apprenticeship funding, and will facilitate a panel made up of representatives from a state-level Office of Apprenticeship, a Vocational Rehabilitation Department, and an apprenticeship intermediary. The webinar will explore the how, what, and when of institutional funding to support apprenticeship, and strategies for building partnerships to support apprenticeship, especially for populations with barriers to work.

Note: The registration process will generate a calendar invite, but you will be asked to register again (name, email) on the day of the webinar to get into the WebEx platform. We look forward to seeing you!

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Note: The registration process will generate a calendar invite, but you will be asked to register again (name, email) on the day of the webinar to get into the WebEx platform. We look forward to seeing you!
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Thursday, August 27, 9:30am - 11:00am (PDT)

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