Research demonstrates that providing young people with meaningful opportunities to engage in the community, to have consistent and positive adult mentoring, and be publically recognized for healthy, productive activities, promotes prosocial behaviors and confidence. Registered Apprenticeship provides these opportunities and more. Helping individuals to chart a vibrant career path through apprenticeship is beneficial for all involved– the apprentice, the business, the local community, and society at large. We can see the significance of this on a daily basis as young apprentices embark on their journey with businesses and industries throughout the Commonwealth. We are grateful to all of the employers who have registered with the apprenticeship program and simply delighted to work with them for the duration.
Dr. Deborah Williamson, Director, KY Registered Apprenticeship Program
WHAT OUR COMPANY HAS ACHIEVED SO FAR
Our Workforce Development division TalentGro® continues to make great strides in delivering apprenticeships to employers – this time in Tennessee. Click on “Learn More” below for more information.
Awards and Accolades
The American Staffing Association’s Elevate Awards honor outstanding, innovative, and effective work-based learning programs that train, reskill, and upskill temporary and contract employees.
Kentucky Education and Workforce Development
Cabinet (EWDC) Deputy Secretary Mike Nemes joined officials from Hamilton-Ryker in
Lexington today to announce the creation of new manufacturing and IT apprenticeship programs.
In The News
Kelly McCreight appeared at a hearing of the U.S.House of Representatives Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access. The purpose of the hearing was to discuss innovative solutions small business owners have developed to address skills gaps.
Apprenticeship in Kentucky takes one young man from “Rags-to-Riches”