Apprenticeship candidates are students of all ages who are simultaneously exercising their education and job options in the order they deem most opportunistic. 

Apprentice Power strategic partners include the Robert C. Byrd institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing at the Marshall University Research Corporation and Able-Disabled Advocacy, which are American Apprenticeship grantees - The ManpowerGroup family of brands provides technology, back office and logistical support - Helping Communities Work is a public private partnership focused on community development  through impact investing and foreign direct investment in additive manufacturing, robotics, artificial intelligence, Internet of things and other promising disruptive growth opportunities. 

Apprentice Power is also collaborating with stakeholders in the arts and culture on a strategy that will empower public libraries and education institutions to serve as entrepreneurship accelerators through the creation of 3D printing, robotics, maker and creative placemaking apprenticeships programs. The process is being explored for opportunities to advance technology transfer, licensing and commercialization.