Program Teaches ‘Old Dog New Tricks’

By Filiberto Nolasco Gomez, Workday Minnesota In Minnesota, the IMT program is two years old. BERMO is the first company to house the program and graduate a class.  Longtime employees and new certificate holder Steve Anderson explains that "you can still teach an old dog new tricks.” Anderson embodies the intention of the program. According to the program

Program Teaches ‘Old Dog New Tricks’2021-10-20T18:23:09-05:00

Moving Apprenticeship Into the Future

This report from the Center On Wisconsin Strategy (COWS) provides the story of the innovation in apprenticeship that is the IMT Apprenticeship. As the paper illustrates, IMT is remaking apprenticeship for the new and rapidly evolving industrial sector. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL REPORT

Moving Apprenticeship Into the Future2021-10-20T18:23:15-05:00

WRTP | BIG STEP Success Series: Cassandra Patterson

As part of the Industrial Manufacturing Technician (IMT) Apprenticeship's first graduating class, Cassandra Patterson shares her experience with the program and how it is helping her advance in her career. The IMT Registered Apprenticeship focuses on increasing the pipeline of highly qualified and diverse individuals prepared to enter middle- and high-skilled occupations within the growing

WRTP | BIG STEP Success Series: Cassandra Patterson2021-10-20T18:23:31-05:00

Tuning Into Local Labor Markets

For American workers, having a high school or general equivalency diploma (GED)—which once represented a means of entrance to the middle class—is no longer adequate for finding steady employment. In fact, three quarters of low-wage workers have these qualifications but lack the relevant occupational skills and connections to employers needed to launch a career.

Tuning Into Local Labor Markets2021-10-20T18:23:52-05:00
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