Skip to main content

FLYAP Presented to the Monroe County School Board Association

September 15, 2021

Our Director of Workforce Development, Rich Turner, presented the Finger Lakes Youth Apprenticeship Program to the Monroe County School Boards Association at its September meeting.  Dozens of school superintendents, board members and administrators joined the meeting in-person and on Zoom to learn about FLYAP.  FLYAP is entering its third year and has matched more than 100 high school students to job shadows and paid co-ops at dozens of companies in the Greater Rochester and Finger Lakes regions.

Posted on September 16, 2021. Categorized as .

RECORD NUMBERS ONCE AGAIN FOR THE 2021-2022 FINGER LAKES YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

One-of-a-Kind Career Exploration Program Triples Enrollment & Participation Rochester – The Finger Lakes Youth Apprenticeship Program (FLYAP) finished its 2021-2022 academic year once again with record numbers. Now in its third year, FLYAP tripled student and business enrollment and expanded…

RTMA Secures Over $30,000 in Incentive Funding for Local Apprenticeship Companies

RTMA Secures Over $30,000 in Incentive Funding for Local Apprenticeship Companies  Jobs for the Future Grant Awards Companies for Hiring Young Adults    Rochester – The Rochester Technology and Manufacturing Association (RTMA) in conjunction with the New York State Manufacturers…

Buffalo Media Features FLYAP and Orleans Niagara BOCES Students

“Industry experts say there are thousands of skilled manufacturing jobs in Western New York, but the problem is finding enough workers to fill open positions. A relatively new program at Orleans-Niagara BOCES aims to fill the employment gap by training…

Designed and developed by