The October 19, 2020 edition of the Wall Street Journal features an article by Joshua Mitchell notes that a “[s]tudy of joint college-employer program suggests four-year degree isn’t only path to high salary.”
The article references a new study by Opportunity America, in partnership with the Brookings Institution, that highlights the remarkable outcomes associated with the model of education delivered through the Federation of Advanced Manufacturing Education, or FAME. The article highlights one such student, a graduate of the Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT) program, and notes how an “[a]pprenticeship, [r]eimagined” has the power to truly move (“[v]aults”) these students into the US middle class, changing lives.
Read the article here: Study of joint college-employer program suggests four-year degree isn’t only path to high salary (subscription required)
You can watch or join the study reveal, held live at 12:30 CST / 1:30 EDT on October 19, 2020–simply register here https://opportunityamericaonline.org/kyfame-launch. You can read the full report on this page, as well.
Learn more about FAME at FAME-USA.com!