Our founder, Katie Adams, has worked with the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) program for nearly a decade. The NSF ATE program is increasing the nation's pipeline of skilled, educated and credentialed technicians by supporting two-year Institutions of Higher Education committed to creating curriculum, professional development opportunities and tools, career pathways for technician education. Katie has developed winning, multi-million dollar grants, effective digital communications and dissemination strategies, and customized content in her work with:


Katie has deep experience providing community college-based NSF ATE Centers with key services including:

Contact us or reach Katie directly (kadams@apprenticeshipservices.com or (757) 753-5352) to learn how we can help you prepare a competitive grant proposal and/or create and implement proven content strategies after receiving an award.

Apprenticeships can offer experiential learning for students and fill career gaps for employers. Read Urban Institute's case study on CareerWise, an organization focused on connecting employers to young people, and the key considerations for piloting apprenticeships in your org.

Effective talent development means investing in training equipment. #Covid_19 has accelerated use of
#Virtual training modalities. Employers and #CTE educators should consider these investments.

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There's no doubt you'll be using virtual trainers in fall. Here are our Top 10: https://t.co/cWND4dWZAP

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