About this Event
The Indiana Office of Work-Based Learning and Apprenticeship (OWBLA), along with participating partners, will officially recognize a Life Sciences State Earn and Learn (SEAL) program at the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy.
SEALs are Indiana’s state-level pre-apprenticeship programs. They are designed to deliver work-and-learn experiences for participants along with the skills and certifications that employers value. These programs are geared toward both adult and youth populations, and they satisfy Indiana’s high school graduation pathway requirements.
Who: OWBLA, Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, Cook Biotech Inc., Ivy Tech-Lafayette, and YWCA Greater Lafayette
What: Press conference in recognition of the Life Sciences State Earn and Learn program
When: Friday, May 14, 2021, 9 a.m. EDT
Where: Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, 1100 Elizabeth St., Suite 3, Lafayette, IN
About the Indiana Department of Workforce Development
DWD serves the worker and the employer to ensure workplace success. DWD is committed to innovating and invigorating Indiana’s economic future by providing WorkOne Career Centers, Unemployment Insurance, Labor Market Information, Regional Workforce Strategies and Professional Training. Through these services, DWD is able to develop a premier workforce that enables Indiana employers to flourish and entices businesses from outside our state to relocate to Indiana.
About the Office of Work-Based Learning and Apprenticeship
The Office of Work-Based Learning and Apprenticeship, located within the Department of Workforce Development and part of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s NextLevel Agenda, serves to develop and implement a framework of work-based learning pathways for both youth and adult populations with a concentration on certified State Earn and Learn (SEAL) and U.S. DOL Registered Apprenticeship programs.