The power of industry-recognized apprenticeship programs to help achieve multiple socioeconomic goals and objectives is directly related to their capacity to advance a more holistic continuum of funding and investment in public and private sector education, human capital, workforce, community and economic development. 

Apprentice Power joint-venture partners include: Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing at Marshall University Research Corporation in West Virginia - Able-Disabled Advocacy provides apprenticeship opportunities to job-seekers and related learning, training and administrative support to employers in California with a focus on San Diego. Helping Communities Work is a public private partnership that positions apprenticeship as a catalyst for place-based impact investing and foreign direct investment between the United States and Switzerland.