Gov. Walker celebrates young workers during "Youth Apprenticeship Day"
Posted: Sep 26, 2017 11:34 AM CDT
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Milwaukee, WIS. (CBS 58) -- Governor Walker traveled the state today to celebrate the nurturing of young people entering Wisconsin's workforce.
Walker visited Bradley Tech High School in Milwaukee for "Youth Apprenticeship Day" which highlights education, training, and workforce development.
MPS has an apprenticeship program which has grown to 250 students this year.
"This is very exciting when it's not only a vision I have but a vision for an entire state to have more young people going into these experiences. These are life skills that will carry them far throughout their careers," The Governor said.
He also paid a visit to a high school in Polk County in northwestern Wisconsin.