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Executive Chef Talks About Why more Employers Should Host an Apprenticeship

 

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  Click Here to Download Application   For more information please contact:   Kathleen Bugbee Alaska Apprenticeship Training Coordinators Association Tel: (907) 569-4730 or Email: kathleen@aatca.org    You may download the application online, pick up at address below, or email Kathleen to...

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Jennifer Sullivan Underwater Diver and Welder

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  Meet Jennifer Sullivan, American Marine Corp's first female diver. Read the  Alaska Journal of Commerce story By Melissa Campbel. You can read the complete story ...

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Alaska Journal of Commerce

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Read more on the Think Apprenticeship story as covered by the Alaska Journal of Commerce Click for ...

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KTUU Story

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KTUU Channel 2 Coverage of Think Apprenticeship Campaign Launch You can view the full story here   View Video ...

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The Need For More Apprentices in Culinary Arts.

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Patrick Hoogerhyde is the Executive Head Chef at the Glacier Brewhouse. We sat with him in an intervew to discuss his experience with the Registered Appprenticeship Program and the roll ...

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How a Local Surgery Center Benefitted From Their Young Apprentice

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Dianna Clements is employed by Alaska Surgery Center and was the first person in the nation to complete and graduate as an apprentice from the Surgery Technology Program. She is ...

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Employers, How Can You Benefit?

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Benefits as an Employer

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Building a Registered Apprenticeship with your business has many advantages - for you and for your employees. Investing in Registered Apprenticeship means a commitment to the future success of your or...

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The Importance of Training

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When you invest in the training of your employees, they will be more committed to the success of your business. This will help to lessen turnover, decrease recruitment costs and in...

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What Are My Responsibilities?

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  A s a Registered Apprenticeship employer partner, you are responsible for recruiting and leading apprentices as they learn and complete their certifications. They are members of your workforce from day on...

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Interested in an alternative to a traditional 4-year degree?

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  Did you know that when you complete a registered apprenticeship program in Alaska, you can earn up to 38 credits with the University of Alaska. In addition, an apprentice who ...

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Veterans Resources

Verteran Services The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development provides Priority of Service for Veterans and Eligible spouses in all Qualified Job Training Programs funded in whole or in part ...

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Can I start right away?

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Yes, no matter where you are in life.  If you are still in high school, School to Apprenticeship (STA) is an agreement  with business, industry, education, government, parents and you, a ...

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What can I do to prepare myself?

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  P arents and school districts in Alaska have found the information contained in the career cluster model helpful, www.careerclusters.org. The plan or program of studies allows you to model your ed...

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What does it mean to be an apprentice?

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Apprenticeship is one of the oldest methods of career preparation. It means you earn while you learn. Apprenticeship comes in all shapes and sizes. In Alaska, the greatest opportunities are in...

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