Federal Jobs Programs
Michael Hirsh talked about federal jobs programs, focusing on adult training and apprenticeships. He also responded to telephone calls… read more
Michael Hirsh talked about federal jobs programs, focusing on adult training and apprenticeships. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
Mark Pringle spoke by phone about Siemens Energy Charlotte, North Carolina, plant that draws on an old job training technique from their parent company in Germany, apprenticeships, where the practice is common.
This program was part four of a five-day “Washington Journal” series on the American workforce. The program identification numbers for the other parts are 300925-6 (Labor Department Job Training Programs), 300926-6 (Technical Education and the Workforce), 300927-6 (Private-Public Partnerships), and 300929-6 (Women in the Workforce). close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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