More Videos

Crowds line streets to pay their respects to fallen deputy 1:35

Crowds line streets to pay their respects to fallen deputy

Neighbors rocked by plans to close historic Brookdale Golf Club 1:27

Neighbors rocked by plans to close historic Brookdale Golf Club

A look at the new Boeing training Center in Auburn 2:28

A look at the new Boeing training Center in Auburn

Pete Carroll: Richard Sherman's injury status; Cliff Avril's, Kam Chancellor's futures with Seahawks 1:14

Pete Carroll: Richard Sherman's injury status; Cliff Avril's, Kam Chancellor's futures with Seahawks

Shots fired at Puyallup police officers, spokesman says; suspect dead 1:31

Shots fired at Puyallup police officers, spokesman says; suspect dead

A dispute between two brothers ends in gunfire 1:08

A dispute between two brothers ends in gunfire

How many Whatcom County businesses closed in 2017? 0:50

How many Whatcom County businesses closed in 2017?

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting 2:17

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting

Highlights: Demetrius Crosby, Micah Pollard lift No. 3 Foss over No. 6 Fife 3:49

Highlights: Demetrius Crosby, Micah Pollard lift No. 3 Foss over No. 6 Fife

Belly up for a 30-feet-long taco 0:30

Belly up for a 30-feet-long taco

  • 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

More Videos

Crowds line streets to pay their respects to fallen deputy 1:35

Crowds line streets to pay their respects to fallen deputy

Neighbors rocked by plans to close historic Brookdale Golf Club 1:27

Neighbors rocked by plans to close historic Brookdale Golf Club

A look at the new Boeing training Center in Auburn 2:28

A look at the new Boeing training Center in Auburn

Pete Carroll: Richard Sherman's injury status; Cliff Avril's, Kam Chancellor's futures with Seahawks 1:14

Pete Carroll: Richard Sherman's injury status; Cliff Avril's, Kam Chancellor's futures with Seahawks

Shots fired at Puyallup police officers, spokesman says; suspect dead 1:31

Shots fired at Puyallup police officers, spokesman says; suspect dead

A dispute between two brothers ends in gunfire 1:08

A dispute between two brothers ends in gunfire

How many Whatcom County businesses closed in 2017? 0:50

How many Whatcom County businesses closed in 2017?

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting 2:17

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting

Highlights: Demetrius Crosby, Micah Pollard lift No. 3 Foss over No. 6 Fife 3:49

Highlights: Demetrius Crosby, Micah Pollard lift No. 3 Foss over No. 6 Fife

Belly up for a 30-feet-long taco 0:30

Belly up for a 30-feet-long taco

  • Building an academic center for boys at Tacoma's Annie Wright Schools

    Construction of an academic center for boys at Tacoma’s Annie Wright Schools will begin in 2018.