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Grads of LifeVoice: How I Became An Advocate For Apprenticeship, An Age-old Practice To Develop A Skilled Workforce

These days, hard work, good grades, top schools, distinguished references, extracurricular activities and international experiences – options all parents dream for their children - don’t necessarily pay off, at least for my generation. I have a Bachelor’s Degree from a top American University, and a Master’s Degree from an esteemed [...]
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