Race and Registered Apprenticeship: RA's Role in Driving Equity
Thursday, February 18, 2021 | 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
As a training program that leads to high-quality and high-paying jobs, Registered Apprenticeship has the potential to serve as a solution to achieving greater equity. To reach that potential, apprenticeship leaders and providers must confront the structural racism that persists throughout the U.S. workforce, including the Registered Apprenticeship system. Join current and former state apprenticeship directors in this upcoming discussion to learn how they are expanding racial and economic equity in Registered Apprenticeship.
- Joseph Hollins, former State Apprenticeship Director, Louisiana
- Joshua Johnson, State Director, Wisconsin Apprenticeship Systems
- Patricia Morrison, Director of the Division of Registered Apprenticeship, Virginia