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  • Tacoma teens get a jump on manufacturing careers with new apprentice program

    A new apprenticeship program will train Tacoma Public Schools students to work for local manufacturers. They’ll earn money, along with high school and college credits, while they learn.

A new apprenticeship program will train Tacoma Public Schools students to work for local manufacturers. They’ll earn money, along with high school and college credits, while they learn. Debbie Cafazzo dcafazzo@thenewstribune.com
A new apprenticeship program will train Tacoma Public Schools students to work for local manufacturers. They’ll earn money, along with high school and college credits, while they learn. Debbie Cafazzo dcafazzo@thenewstribune.com

Tacoma teens get a jump on manufacturing careers with new apprentice program

April 10, 2017 12:24 PM