Trying to choose between college or other continuing education routes, such as an apprenticeship for a skilled trade? From cost and duration to type of curriculum and career opportunities, there are many factors to consider. Read on to learn more about these facets of continuing education and the possibilities that alternative educations can provide. Continue reading “3 Things to Consider When Choosing an Apprenticeship or College”
Industries with skilled trades workers are experiencing a shortage of employees. Plenty of positions are available, yet few are being filled – why?
The number of higher education options has increased over the years and given people the opportunity to broaden their horizons. Earning a paycheck while you learn a trade is one of the most lucrative ways to develop a career for yourself today. Compared to the expensive and time-consuming process of a 2- or 4-year college degree, apprenticeship programs allow you to see the fruits of your labor immediately as you get paid to learn a skill, offering a systematic approach to training that meets industry standards. Continue reading “Earn While You Learn: Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Program”