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Diving Deep into Apprenticeships with a True Expert

Apprenticeship 2.0

Release Date: 02/02/2024

Community Colleges: Key Conduits for Advancing Apprenticeship show art Community Colleges: Key Conduits for Advancing Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship 2.0

In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe and Liz chat with Julie Beggs, Dean of Workforce and Community Programs at Arapahoe Community College; Sandy Jones, Dean of the School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development at Anne Arundel Community College; and Lori Margolin, Associate Vice President for the School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development at Hudson County Community College. Together, they discuss how they’ve built apprenticeship programs at their institutions, the benefits of sponsoring registered apprenticeship programs, continuous improvement of these...

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Apprenticeship 2.0

In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe chats with Ryan Craig, Managing Director of Achieve Partners and Co-founder of nonprofit Apprenticeships for America. Joe and Ryan, who just released Apprentice Nation: How the “Earn and Learn” Alternatives to Higher Education Will Create a Stronger and Fairer America, discuss Ryan’s inspiration for the book, what differentiates true apprenticeships from other workforce development pathways, how U.S. apprenticeships differ from those in Europe and Australia, the importance of intermediaries, and much more.   Purchase at .   ...

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Reflections on Apprenticeships in 2023 and What’s in Store for 2024? show art Reflections on Apprenticeships in 2023 and What’s in Store for 2024?

Apprenticeship 2.0

In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe and Liz chat with Dr. Allen Pratt, Executive Director of the National Rural Education Association; Mike Rogers, Arkansas’ first-ever Chief Workforce Officer; Jane Oates, Senior Advisor at WorkingNation; and Paul Fain, a journalist focused on the nexus between education and work. Each of the guests identifies the three most impactful trends and developments in 2023 and makes three predictions on what you should be on the lookout for this year. Want the big picture on apprenticeships? This is a must-listen episode.   Music by...

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In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe and Liz chat with Alexandra Davis, Vice Mayor of Miramar, Florida; Jackie Millet, Mayor of Lone Tree, Colorado; and Abby Jo Sigal, Executive Director in the New York City Mayor’s Office of Talent and Workforce Development. Together, they discuss their cities’ apprenticeship models, how apprenticeships have evolved in their cities, the uniqueness of their cities’ apprenticeship landscapes, and much more.   Check out Multiverse’s report, .   Music by  from . Sound Effect from .

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A New Generation of Apprenticeships in Technology show art A New Generation of Apprenticeships in Technology

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In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe and Liz chat with Ankur Gopal, CEO of Interapt, and Richard Braden, Managing Director of Technology Apprenticeships at CompTIA. Together, they discuss the evolution of apprenticeships in the technology space, how their companies are innovating and rethinking the modern apprenticeship program, best practices in tech apprenticeships, and much more.   Music by  from . Sound Effect from .

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Apprenticeship 2.0

In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe and Liz chat with Josh Laney, the first Director of the Alabama Office of Apprenticeship and leader of the AOA’s support of Alabama’s workforce development infrastructure. Together, they discuss the switch from a federally managed to a state-managed apprenticeship system; expanding the use of registered apprenticeship programs in Alabama; policies, processes, and innovative programs to support the state’s apprentices; and much more.   Music by  from . Sound Effect from .

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Apprenticeship 2.0

In this first-ever bonus episode, coinciding with National Apprenticeship Week, Apprenticeship 2.0 shares the stories of eight outstanding leaders in the space, as well as insights into their respective apprenticeship programs and experiences. They are Joy Jamerson, Program Manager – Registered Apprenticeships, H-CAP; Christi McBride, Director, Hoosier County Career Center; Janae Montgomery, Reach University graduate and SPED Self-Contained Teacher, Brusly High School; Chuck McKnight, Training Coordinator, Local 25 Plumbers & Pipefitters JATC; Jennifer Serino, Director, Workforce...

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In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe and Liz chat with Patrick Combs, Vice President of Jobs for the Future and leader of the Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning; Noel Ginsburg, Founder of CareerWise; and Eric Dunker Founding Executive Director and Chief Innovation Officer for the National Center for the Apprenticeship Degree with Reach University. Together, they discuss game-changing models in apprenticeship programs throughout the U.S., opportunities for growth in the national apprenticeship ecosystem, modern youth apprenticeships, and much more.   Music by...

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Apprenticeship 2.0

In this episode, Joe and Liz chat with Briana Orozco, a full-time Dental Assistant and part-time Student; Maria Victoria Abrenica (now Victoria Lynch), Science and Math Teacher at Campbell School of Innovation in California; Stuart Andreason, Managing Director of Workforce Innovation at the Burning Glass Institute; and Annelies Goger, an economic geographer and Fellow at Brookings Metro focused on workforce and talent development. Together, they discuss the gaps in apprenticeship programs for underrepresented groups, barriers to and policy surrounding apprenticeships, apprenticeships...

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In the first-ever episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, hosts Joe Ross, president of Reach University, and Dr. Liz Baham, Provost at Reach University, chat with Adele Johnson-Kebe, MSML, PHR, Vice President of Human Resources at Dayton Children’s Hospital, and Dr. Joseph Fuller, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. Together, they discuss how apprenticeships have evolved over the past decade in the U.S., the educational and economic value of apprenticeships, the changing nature of apprenticeships across career fields, and much more. Music by  from . Sound...

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In this episode of Apprenticeship 2.0, Joe chats with Ryan Craig, Managing Director of Achieve Partners and Co-founder of nonprofit Apprenticeships for America. Joe and Ryan, who just released Apprentice Nation: How the “Earn and Learn” Alternatives to Higher Education Will Create a Stronger and Fairer America, discuss Ryan’s inspiration for the book, what differentiates true apprenticeships from other workforce development pathways, how U.S. apprenticeships differ from those in Europe and Australia, the importance of intermediaries, and much more.

 

Purchase Apprentice Nation: How the “Earn and Learn” Alternatives to Higher Education Will Create a Stronger and Fairer America at bit.ly/3u0bvPV.

 

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