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American Agenda (Economy: Student Job Training) #138931

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 01, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) President-elect Bill Clinton's position on job training mentioned.

(Lycoming County, Pennsylvania: Sheilah Kast) A job training program for high school seniors featured; scenes shown from Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, of the Pennsylvania Youth Apprenticeship program that combines classes with real work at jobs; details given of how the apprenticeship program works. [Students Tim McKEE, Mark RIESSEN, science teacher Arden WEST, social studies teacher Tom PATERNOSTRO, Textron labor relations manager Paul BATKOWSKI - comment on the program.] Reasons why firms are supporting the apprenticeship program outlined. [Program organizer Robert VanDINE - cites the needs of the workplace.] [Student Josh HUBBLE - shows what he made.]

Jennings, Peter;
Kast, Sheilah

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