Apprenticeship Readiness Training in Detroit - 5:07
with Robert Davis, Senior Advisor, MDOT - Metro Detroit
Posted Jan 23, 2017
The Access for All program? is a construction trade apprenticeship readiness training for Detroit residents. ? The 9-week "career pathway" strategy prepares Detroiters for successful entry into construction apprenticeships and/or employment in the skilled trades.? Acceptance into to an apprenticeship is like being accepted into college-but even better.? You get to learn the trade and work and make money at the same time; without the tuition. Visit Access for All Detroit on the web. Interview recorded on January 19th, 2017.
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