Apprentice Power

Apprentice Power

A Human Capital Innovation - Apprenticeships in Action

  • Connecting STEM Education Workforce and Economic Development
  • Producing Essential and Supportive Talent for Advanced and Emerging Industries
  • Creating Jobs and Supporting Small Business Development
  • Advancing a National, Cyber-Secure and Sustainable 3D Printing Ecosystem 
  • Establishing New Business Opportunities for Employers   
  • Developing Innovative Strategies for Technology Transfer and Commercialization
  • Leveraging Government Funding, Catalytic Philanthropy and Impact Investing
  • Enhancing Business Attraction, Retention and Expansion in Cyber-Secure Locations
  • Stimulating Foreign Direct Investment and Increasing International Exports

A nation's human capital endowment - the skills and capacities that reside in people and that are put to productive use - can be a more important determinant of long term economic success than virtually any other resource. The global challenge initiative on employment, skills and human capital will reshape the job, education and skills landscape of the future by: raising awareness on key issues, mobilizing business leaders and governments and creating partnerships across sectors and society.   (World Economic Forum) 

Apprentice Power works to increase and diversify the human capital endowment of the United States by integrating apprenticeship models with strategies designed to help align and achieve the diverse yet interrelated objectives listed above. We also help to finance the development of competency-based apprenticeships through a series of strategies designed to broaden their socioeconomic value proposition. Apprenticeships can now be developed for most occupations and can be used to hire new workers or train incumbent employees. 

Apprentice Power apprenticeship models address all aspects of business operations with a focus on brand, marketing, sales and new markets development in the fields of 3D printing, technology transfer, cyber security and impact investing. The process will include the development of an national strategy being designed for industry and trade associations to advance the continuum of technology transfer, licensing and commercialization. 

Apprentice Power works in collaboration with the Small Manufacturers Association of California, the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing, the Marshall University Research Corporation, the Cyber Security Institute of San Diego and Transmosis, a grant recipient of the California Apprenticeship Initiative and focused on cyber security.

In our view, the national apprenticeship movement is a metaphor for a transformed,  innovative and entrepreneurial public private partnership, which contains a wide variety of assets and resources. Diverse stakeholders with common interests are capable of creating a portfolio of public and private sector human resource, workforce and economic development services and solutions for the aligned benefit of individuals, businesses, industries and communities. 

A Human Capital Innovation - Apprenticeships in Action

  • Connecting STEM Education Workforce and Economic Development
  • Producing Essential and Supportive Talent for Advanced and Emerging Industries
  • Creating Jobs and Supporting Small Business Development
  • Advancing a National, Cyber-Secure and Sustainable 3D Printing Ecosystem 
  • Establishing New Business Opportunities for Employers   
  • Developing Innovative Strategies for Technology Transfer and Commercialization
  • Leveraging Government Funding, Catalytic Philanthropy and Impact Investing
  • Enhancing Business Attraction, Retention and Expansion in Cyber-Secure Locations
  • Stimulating Foreign Direct Investment and Increasing International Exports

A nation's human capital endowment - the skills and capacities that reside in people and that are put to productive use - can be a more important determinant of long term economic success than virtually any other resource. The global challenge initiative on employment, skills and human capital will reshape the job, education and skills landscape of the future by: raising awareness on key issues, mobilizing business leaders and governments and creating partnerships across sectors and society.   (World Economic Forum) 

Apprentice Power works to increase and diversify the human capital endowment of the United States by integrating apprenticeship models with strategies designed to help align and achieve the diverse yet interrelated objectives listed above. We also help to finance the development of competency-based apprenticeships through a series of strategies designed to broaden their socioeconomic value proposition. Apprenticeships can now be developed for most occupations and can be used to hire new workers or train incumbent employees. 

Apprentice Power apprenticeship models address all aspects of business operations with a focus on brand, marketing, sales and new markets development in the fields of 3D printing, technology transfer, cyber security and impact investing. The process will include the development of an national strategy being designed for industry and trade associations to advance the continuum of technology transfer, licensing and commercialization. 

Apprentice Power works in collaboration with the Small Manufacturers Association of California, the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing, the Marshall University Research Corporation, the Cyber Security Institute of San Diego and Transmosis, a grant recipient of the California Apprenticeship Initiative and focused on cyber security.

In our view, the national apprenticeship movement is a metaphor for a transformed,  innovative and entrepreneurial public private partnership, which contains a wide variety of assets and resources. Diverse stakeholders with common interests are capable of creating a portfolio of public and private sector human resource, workforce and economic development services and solutions for the aligned benefit of individuals, businesses, industries and communities.