Youth Apprenticeship is a Wisconsin high school and work-based program in which high school students combine academic courses and applicable employment to, upon successful completion, receive a state certificate. This certificate represents credentials that are recognized by business and industry throughout Wisconsin. Students have the option to participate in either an abbreviated one-year or a standard two-year Youth Apprenticeship Program. Advanced standing credits are awarded to Youth Apprenticeship graduates who enroll in a sequenced MATC program.
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