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09/9/15WTIA Launches First Ever Registered Tech Apprenticeship Program
09/14/16WTIA Workforce Institute Officially Opens Registered Tech Apprenticeship Program, Apprenti, with First Participants in Initial Training Round
09/27/16WTIA Apprenti Program Awarded $7.5 M US Department of Labor Contract to Expand Registered Tech Apprenticeship Model Nationwide
05/1/17Governor Jay Inslee Proclaims Registered Technology Apprenticeship Week
11/16/17Tech Apprenticeship Program Apprenti Expands Nationally
Recent Press Coverage
12/1/2017New tech apprentice program heading to Lane CountySherri Buri McDonaldThe Register-Guard
11/27/2017After Successful Pilot, Apprenti Expands Tech Training ProgramSarah Schmid StevensonXconomy
11/17/2017More Opportunities for More AmericansJohn LaddU.S. Department of Labor Blog
11/16/2017Tech-training apprenticeship expanding to Ohio, 3 other statesCarrie GhoseColumbus Business Journal
11/15/2017Tech apprenticeship program launches in BendKathleen McLaughlinBend Bulletin
11/14/2017WTIA'S Apprenti program is turning out skilled tech workers by the dozens, with no tutition costsLisa StifflerGeek Wire
07/20/2017Apprenticeship as a Tool to Address Diversity GapJared KarolTech Inclusion
06/17/2017Heated economy in Seattle, Everette, and Bellevue has employers working hard to fill jobsJanet Tu, Rachel Erman, Dominic GatesThe Seattle Times
06/13/2017Washington State Program Could Be Model for Trump Apprenticeship PushBenjamin RomanoXconomy
05/2/2017Washington governor to honor 37 apprentices headed for tech jobs thanks to Apprenti programKurt SchlosserGeekWire
03/21/2017New tech apprenticeship racks up 1,000 applicants, first two success storiesKatherine LongSeattle Times
03/8/2017Washington Apprenticeship Program Opens Doors to Tech CareersBenjamin RomanoXconomy
10/21/2016FACT SHEET: Investing more that $50 million through apprenticeship USA to expand proven pathways into the middle classOffice of the Press SecretaryThe White House
10/6/2016Tech Apprenticeship Program in Washington State to Expand NationwideDon TennantIT Business Edge
10/5/2016Why industry and education must collaborate to solve the tech talent gap, fight sexism and ageismClare McGraneGeekWire
10/3/2016Q&A: Why Gov. Jay Inslee believes the technology industry should be on his sideMonica NickelsburgGeekWire
09/28/2016WTIA Apprenti Program A Model for the NationLarry SivitzSeattle 24_7
09/27/2016WTIA receives $7.5 million from U.S. for apprentice programRachel LermanSeattle Times
09/27/2016WTIA apprenticeship program awarded $7.5M to expand nationally, tackle diversity and talent gapClare McGraneGeekWire
09/27/2016How An Apprenticeship Pilot Might Solve Tech's Diversity ProblemKavi GupptaCrosscut
09/27/2016Tech association gets $7.5M to expand apprenticeship program nationwideBecky MonkPuget Sound Business Journal
09/14/2016Tech apprenticeship to train 600 workers for Seattle-area companies including Microsoft, F5, Ashley StewartAshley StewartPuget Sound Business Journal
09/14/2016'Apprenti' program aims to train and place 600 tech workers, led by WTIA and backed by $3.5M grantLisa StifflerGeekWire
08/30/2016Apprenticeship Programs Re-Emerge with Stronger ROI for CompaniesTess TaylorHR Dive
07/18/2016Who's Fixing Tech's Diversity ProblemsJackie ZubryzckiForbes
07/7/2016Two New Apprenticeship Programs in Seattle Area Aim to Launch Tech CareersKatherine LongSeattle Times
03/9/2016Seattle Now Part of Obama Program to Train People for Tech JobsRachel LermanSeattle Times
09/10/2015Washington Tech Industry Plans Software Apprenticeship ProgramBenjamin RomanoXconomy
09/10/2015New Training Program Will Help Feed Talent-Starved Tech CompaniesAshley StewartPuget Sound Business Journal
09/9/2015Tech Training Program Receives $3.5M in Federal FundingRachel LermanSeattle Times
09/9/2015State Tech Associations Launch $5M Apprenticeship Program, Look to Place 1,000 Workers at MicrosoftJacob DemmittGeekWire

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