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President's Message

“Our employers who use apprenticeship programs know that their workforce is more prepared, productive and better trained than their competition. Apprenticeship programs serve to better an employer’s bottom line and gives it a competitive advantage.”

Supporting National Apprenticeship Programs

The GMP has long partnered with many of our employers in developing and supporting federally approved National Apprenticeship Programs. As cited on the DOL website, registered apprenticeship programs are a structured way for companies to support career development for their employees. It is well documented that registered apprenticeship programs help employers increase recruitment, improve retention of highly qualified employees and reduce overall training costs. ...

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