apprenticeship apprenticeship  /ə ˈprɛn təs ˌʃɪp/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the position of apprentice

Usage(s):

  1. I worked for HoJo's from the summer of 1960 to the spring of 1970, doing my American apprenticeship, learning about mass production and marketing.
  2. Delphine has undergone a quiet fashion apprenticeship over the past three years.
  3. Tomorrow you start an apprenticeship.

News

  1. Workforce Training

    Facing a shortage of qualified workers in its new gas-turbine factory in Charlotte, N.C., this engineering and electronics multinational decided to create its own, to the benefit of young workers in the community. In 2011, Siemens launched an apprenticeship program that recruits noncollege-track seniors from nearby Olympic High School. The students take classes at Central Piedmont Community ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: National Journal via Yahoo! News

  2. Lore about Betsy Ross sewing Stars and Stripes caught fire years after her death

    Born Elizabeth Griscom on Jan. 1, 1852, in Philadelphia, Betsy Ross was brought up in the Quaker religion. But she was shunned by her family and the church after she eloped in November 1773 with Episcopalian John Ross, whom she met while doing an apprenticeship at an upholstery shop, according to ushistory.org.        
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel

  3. Discover an Apprenticeship That's Right for You

    States and the federal government offer resources to help you find the right apprenticeship.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: US News & World Report

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Quotes

  • ntice scheme, Mr Brown said: "Every young person needs a skill and I want every young person to think of either going to college, or having an apprenticeship or going to university. We can do it in this country."
    on Jan 28, 2008 By: Gordon Brown Source: Daventry Express

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