Elevate Apprenticeships in North Carolina > Two Yes-No Questions

Take one minute to answer these two yes-no questions and you can help the North Carolina Chamber Foundation elevate apprenticeship experiences in North Carolina. Apprenticeship programs and other work-based learning experiences are among the best solutions for job creators to proactively engage with their future workforce and start shrinking the skills gap.

In anticipation of National Apprenticeship Week (Nov. 14 through Nov. 18), the NC Chamber Foundation wants to learn all about the great work our members are doing in this area, so we can find out how to better work with you to broaden your opportunities to engage with tomorrow’s job seekers. By taking one minute to respond to our two-question survey, we can learn more about how your company is getting engaged and ensure we continue to highlight your efforts and keep you up to date on our progress toward shrinking our skills gap through work-based learning initiatives. We plan to host an apprenticeship learning event in the near future and we will be using this survey to create a list of engaged members who will receive an invitation to that special event.

The deadline to respond to the survey is next Wednesday, Nov. 2 by 5:00 p.m. Additional details regarding the apprenticeship learning event will be shared with survey recipients in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can contact Cassi Zumbiel at czumbiel@ncchamber.net with any questions. The NC Chamber Foundation looks forward to strengthening our engagement with members like you on this issue so that, together, we can help make North Carolina a global leader in harnessing apprenticeships and work-based learning programs to close the skills gap.

Gary J. Salamido
Vice President, Government Affairs
North Carolina Chamber

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