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Jobs for the Future Launches Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning

Jobs for the Future (JFF) recently announced their new Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning, a platform that will house information on national resources, proven and promising practices, and technical assistance in a central place. The center will support the development of successful apprenticeship and work-based learning strategies to help employers, advance the economy, and get workers from all backgrounds on pathways to successful careers. Building on JFF’s Seven Principles for Work-Based Learning, the center will also pilot and deploy new strategies…

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August 2, 2017, 12:00 am

Jobs for the FutureJobs for the Future (JFF) recently announced their new Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning, a platform that will house information on national resources, proven and promising practices, and technical assistance in a central place. The center will support the development of successful apprenticeship and work-based learning strategies to help employers, advance the economy, and get workers from all backgrounds on pathways to successful careers. Building on JFF’s Seven Principles for Work-Based Learning, the center will also pilot and deploy new strategies to increase the adoption and scale of these approaches to talent development.


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