Apprentice Power also serves as a federal grants administrator working in association with the Robert C. Byrd Institute at Marshall University, Able-Disabled Advocacy and other apprenticeship grantees. In order to create optimum scope and impact, Apprentice Power also collaborates with banks to provide apprenticeship training subsidies and related services to low-and-moderate-income individuals and communities. We utilize an Asset-Based Community Development strategy designed to support and expand CRA compliance programs and other bank strategies.

This process, which is designed to align and advance human capital, workforce and community development, helps us to harness and unleash diverse community assets and resources, including raw and latent talent. This proven approach empowers banks, nonprofit organizations, government leaders and other community partners to facilitate the development of their often under-utilized and under-served human resources.