Evaluation of the American Apprenticeship Initiative

In an effort to expand registered apprenticeship in the United States, the Obama Administration launched the
 American Apprenticeship Initiative providing $175 million in five-year grants to 46 grantees across the
 country. To understand the operation and effects of these grants, the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor commissioned an evaluation to build evidence about the effectiveness of apprenticeship for participants and employers and lessons for developing and operating these grant programs. MEF is a subcontractor to Abt Associates and is leading the knowledge development task for this project.

CATEGORIES:
Career Pathways and Postsecondary Education and Training | Workforce System
STAFF:
Mike Fishman | Asaph Glosser | Angela Gaffney