With the PHCC of Tennessee’s summer “Ride and Decide” program concluding July 31, the association hosted a luncheon this week for members, students and employers. Participants shared their experiences in the program that pairs students with trade industry contractors for paid work during summer break. Check out this WATE 6 interview with program founder Gordy Noe.
When recruiting the next generation of skilled workers, try pushing the value of PHCC Educational Foundation’s apprenticeship program! Not only are apprenticeship numbers up in the United States, but statistics on apprentices’ average starting salaries are more impressive than ever, reinforcing why such partnerships are becoming known as “the other four-year degree” that offers a low-cost way for young people to get jobs and an education.
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