Fact Sheet The Case for Degree Apprenticeships in Tech
John Marotta, Rayanne Hawkins, Myca San Miguel, Jacqueline Rayfield
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The Urban Institute is partnering with South Carolina State University to build a consortium of neighboring historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) offering apprenticeship as a career pathway into cybersecurity and information technology careers. Apprenticeship is a joint college and employer partnership with the computer science departments of the HBCUs providing classroom instruction and local technology employers delivering on-the-job training and mentoring. This fact sheet explains more about the various roles and responsibilities of the key players in this program model and shows how a degree-based apprenticeship program could benefit students at your own institution.

Research Areas Workforce Economic mobility and inequality Education
Tags Apprenticeships Higher education Inequality and mobility Job training Racial inequities in employment Youth employment and training Workforce development Job opportunities Mobility Labor force Racial and ethnic disparities
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population
States South Carolina