District 214 Apprentices Gain On-the-Job Experience, Earn College Credit

Now several months into its second year, High School District 214’s apprenticeship program is building on the success of its inaugural year by branching out to serve more students in more fields. For the first time, community partners are serving as apprenticeship hosts and mentors.

Read more in a Daily Herald article.

District 214 is part of the Northwest Educational Council for Student Success (NECSS) Leadership Community.

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