Apprenticeship Pathways Project Announces Pilot Partners
March 01, 2021

ACE has announced a pilot to improve postsecondary institutions' ability to articulate apprenticeships meaningfully into degree programs. The goal is to provide apprentices an opportunity to accelerate credential attainment, help employers meet their talent needs, and assist postsecondary institutions to connect with highly motivated learners.  

Ten selected apprenticeships will undergo a rigorous and in-depth evaluation to determine apprenticeship completion's college credit value. The evaluation's scope will help ACE define and develop the best possible approach to validate apprenticeship experiences and learning. Upon conclusion of the pilot, beginning in the fall of 2021, ACE will expand these pathways to evaluate any apprenticeship program in the country.  

The pilot partners are:

If you are an apprenticeship sponsor interested in participating in an apprenticeship program evaluation, please connect with us today. The ACE Apprenticeship Pathways Project is supported by a generous grant from the Charles Koch Foundation.

​ACE Apprenticeship Pathways

​The ACE Apprenticeship Pathways Project is designed to strengthen postsecondary and employer partnerships nationally.

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