Fighting the Standard The apprenticeship approach

Knowledge is power.

People go to university to gain knowledge.

But the price for that knowledge is a heap of debt.

And then graduates spend the majority of their career paying off that debt.

The standard is that one must pay heaps of $$$ to go to college to have a career. That's not good.

An apprenticeship program can change that...

... Starting with leading corporate companies.

With an apprenticeship program, the company gets new, young employees.

And those new, young employees get a free education and a career.

An apprenticeship is a good alternative to the university route

Disclaimer - I am in no way discrediting the effort required to obtain a degree. I am simply fighting for those who do not have the option to attend university and have been otherwise shut down by society.


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