The Apprenticeship Connectors: How Different Youth Apprenticeship Intermediary Models Can Support Students, Employers, and Communities


As youth apprenticeships continue to expand in the United States, there is a need and an opportunity for us all to better define “apprenticeship intermediary” for the field, and to help those organizations functioning as intermediaries better understand the integral role they play in establishing successful apprenticeship programs that serve the needs of the students, community, educational institutions, and workforce partners.

This publication from PAYA National Partner ESG explores the function and focus of intermediary organizations serving a variety of roles, including program implementers, field builders, and hybrids.

April 2024 Source: Education Strategy Group (ESG), Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship (PAYA)
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