Apprentice Learning offers career education programs for eighth-grade students in Boston Public Schools designed to teach essential work skills and habits and expose students to different careers and adults who are passionate about their professions, so that students can make a clear connection between success in school and a satisfying, productive work life.
Please join Apprentice Learning for a breakfast discussion about innovative ways to meet the growing demand for a skilled workforce in Boston.
Evidence shows that an early introduction for young people to essential professional skills and experiences can ignite purpose and put them on a pathway to success. Learn how key stakeholders are addressing the growing demand for a skilled and diverse workforce in Boston with innovative public/private partnerships that offer a hands-on approach to workplace learning.
This event will feature:
Massachusetts Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development
Principal, Rafael Hernández K-8 School
AVP, Human Resources Manager & Senior Business Partner, Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, Apprentice Learning Board Member
Over 92% of Apprentice Learning participants report gains in Academic Motivation and Learning Interest.
87% of our 2012-2013 alums graduated from high school and 80% are enrolled in post-secondary education.
This compares to a 73% high school graduation rate and 66% college enrollment rate for the Boston Public Schools overall.
At Apprentice Learning students develop:
Dreams and Plans
Students meet professionals who share and inspire their career pathways.
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