Gov. Walker announces additional grants for apprenticeship program

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MADISON, Wis. (WEAU)- Governor Walker has announced an additional grant award totaling more than $225 thousand for Wisconsin’s Youth Apprenticeship program.

The program trains high school juniors and seniors for in demand jobs with local employers around the state.

Gov. Walker’s announcement Monday comes after he signed legislation in December adding an additional $500 thousand to the program for this year, and another $500 thousand in 2015.

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