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NameEconomic/Community Development & Apprenticeship
DescriptionPresentation by Bob Balzer, Director of Business and Economic Services for the Gladwin County EDC, providing an overview of how Gladwin County has brought economic development and workforce development together in partnership to help area companies fill their talent needs.
FilenameBob Balzer-Tying Community Dev to Apprenticeship.pdf
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Created On: 06/01/2017 11:14
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The first U.S. legislation promoting an organized system of apprenticeship was enacted in Wisconsin in 1911 and amended soon after to require that all apprentices attend classroom instruction five hours a week in addition to learning on-the-job.