The New Apprenticeship

While a four-year degree is certainly one way to develop important job skills, apprenticeships are proving to be an increasingly attractive alternative. This “earn while you learn” career path couples training with paid on-the-job work experience.

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It’s Working

As employers across the state can attest, today’s knowledge-based economy is driven by an unprecedented pace of technological advancement and disruption that make predicting the next innovation or emerging job market extremely difficult. It also creates challenges in fielding the highly trained, dynamic workforce needed to compete globally.

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Supply and Demand

For more than 100 years, Baker College has been relentlessly focused on training and educating people for jobs. Real training. Real jobs. New programs launching 2015 fall quarter at Baker College’s three Detroit-area campuses are examples of how Michigan’s largest private college supports employers’ workforce needs.

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Leading the Way

As president and CEO of SER Metro-Detroit Jobs for Progress, Eva Garza Dewaelsche oversees an organization dedicated to helping people find and keep employment, a service she believes forms the foundation for economic stability throughout the entire region.

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