Labor Department Appoints Members to Advisory Committee

President Biden relaunched the committee on apprenticeships earlier this year.

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Labor announced the appointment of 29 members to serve on the Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship. President Biden had announced the reinstatement of the advisory committee in February of this year. The committee will offer recommendations and advice on matters related to Registered Apprenticeship as well as promoting the benefits of and opportunities for apprenticeships.

“The Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship represents the combined expertise of leaders across industry and workforce sectors,” said Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. “Their collective voices will inspire innovative apprenticeship and training strategies to boost our economy and build an equitable workforce by delivering a system that is better to aligned with the needs of historically marginalized communities.” 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For the 29 members of the Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship.
  • For Dr. Pam Eddinger as she leads the Advisory Committee.
  • For Secretary Walsh as he oversees efforts to strengthen the nation’s workforce.

Sources: Department of Labor


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