PROJECTThe Youth Apprenticeship Intermediary Project


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  • Tools and Technical Assistance

    Mentoring is an essential part of the apprenticeship experience. Mentors are responsible for supporting, advising, and instructing apprentices on the job. To support this critical work, we’ve created a guide and interactive training games for mentors working with youth apprentices.

    Guide

    Mentor Guide for Youth Registered Apprenticeship Programs
    June 24, 2021

     

    Training Videos

    Youth Apprenticeship Mentor Training – Session 2
    March 31, 2021

    Youth Apprenticeship Mentor Training – Session 1
    February 22, 2021

    Master Mentor Challenge
    June 2021
    These 5- to 10-minute interactive training games were developed by Ballou Communications and Opportunity America in consultation with the Urban Institute and National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.

    Research Areas Children and youth
    Tags Youth development Job training Apprenticeships
    Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population