This bill puts in place a multi-year plan to develop and implement a program that will award college credit for work-related experience including self-employment, internships and apprenticeships. By 2022, the process for the program must be created, and beginning with the 2023-24 academic year, the program must be implemented.


Our competitive advantage is our talented workforce, but if we don’t get more of our kids to and through college, we could jeopardize that advantage. This bill increases the value of work-based learning for students (something the Chamber is an advocate for), because those apprenticeships and internships will be tied to post-secondary credit, transferable to credentials.

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