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What Are Youth Apprenticeships?

Youth apprenticeships are structured, work-based learning opportunities that offer young people, particularly young people of color and those from low-income households, the opportunity to learn specialized skills that they can use throughout their career. This blogpost outlines four key characteristics of youth apprenticeships, as identified by the Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship (PAYA). It also lists the ways that PAYA works with partners who follow a set of five guiding principles to deliver high-quality youth apprenticeship opportunities. Resources on how youth apprenticeships benefit young people, communities, and industries are included.

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Education and Training
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Youth in Transition
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