Thursday, June 10, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Apprenticeships are making a comeback: unlike the apprenticeships of old, today’s apprenticeships are breaking into high-value, middle-skills jobs, combining formal learning with paid, on-the-job training experience and unlocking incredible value across the board. Is your company ready to embrace them?
Join us for an enlightening discussion with Joseph B. Fuller, Harvard Business School Professor of Management Practice, as we dispel some of today’s misperceptions about apprenticeships, discuss the emerging occupations and roles that are ripe for apprentice programs, and explore the value realized by employer and apprentice alike.
Leaders of the new Greater Houston Apprentice Network, a collective of employers, educators, and non-profits who have teamed up to help local Houston businesses establish successful apprentice programs within their organizations, will share more on their mission and details on their upcoming launch event and info session.
This is the first of two installments about the Greater Houston Apprenticeship network. Come with questions and leave with a clear path on how to kickstart your apprenticeship program.