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

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. In this webinar, the AIM team presented recent policy briefs on funding strategies and on the Ticket to Work program as an option for apprenticeship funding. Special guests Joshua Johnson, State Director of Wisconsin Apprenticeship; Aviva Paley, Co-Founder and Senior Director of Kitchens for Good; and Eric Seleznow, Director of JFF’s Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning joined us for a panel discussion exploring 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 employment.

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