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Logan Chris Salon

I saw the need to establish an apprenticeship program to help cosmetologist learn a blend of technical skills and soft skills to prepare for their professional career. We have a “Now You Can” learning environment, through product knowledge, business mentoring, and hands on education. 
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Cathy Novinger Girl Scout Leadership Center with sculputure out front

Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands

To lead girls, we understand the importance of continuous improvement to ensure our team grows as leaders. Greenville Technical College has been instrumental in that training, from Virtual Leadership, Time Management, Getting More Done in Less Time, and Building an Inclusive Workplace. 
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Seimens apprentice wearing dark blue Seimens shirt, mask and safety glasses inspecting a piece of material


When our apprentices complete the program, they are successful from their first day on the job. They’re already acclimated to the company, our processes and equipment. We have strategically developed them in a manner that molds them into the Siemens business model.
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Diesel Mechanic apprentice working on truck engine and smiling at the camera

LCI Lineberger Construction Inc.

LCI would love to be a part of an ongoing process to support and develop other students in a successful Diesel Mechanic apprenticeship. This is a skill set that is in great demand and the idea of creating a pipeline of skilled employees for the future is a win for everyone.
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Anthony Blyther working on an electricl switch

South Carolina Regional Housing Authority #3

With the preparation Anthony Blyther was receiving as a pre-apprentice he was able to help provide assistance to the SCRHA3 maintenance department. Since then, he has been hired by the SCRHA3 into a temporary full-time role.
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Apprenticetice wearing baseball cap and mask using a grinder on a piece of metal


Apprenticeship has given Stoll Industries employees a career path in ten different occupations for our employees to learn multiple skill sets and trades to become a master craftsman. Not only are we gaining cross-functional expertise, but we are experiencing unprecedented employee retention, higher productivity, and a transformed workplace.
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