Boosting Human Infrastructure: How federal funding could advance much-needed apprenticeships and career pathway programs

February 15, 2022


In an online article in Electrical Contractor, they discuss apprenticeships and career pathway programs, and how imperative they will be within advancement for STEM careers.

NSC’s Megan Evans was quoted in this article:

“The provisions call for $1 billion in the registered apprenticeship system, of which half will be dedicated to programs to entice more women and people of color into apprenticeships”, said Megan Evans, senior government affairs manager at the National Skills Coalition in Washington, D.C.

“Increased access to apprenticeships, like those administered by the IBEW and NECA, are an important piece of the solution to ensuring that workers impacted by the pandemic can attain better jobs than before,” Evans said.