The ICATT Apprenticeship Program, the leading apprenticeship program for high-tech manufacturers and companies with complex technologies or logistics, published a new white paper about the value of hiring veteran apprentices and how to incorporate their wide range of skills, traits and work experiences to truly reap the benefits of a veteran apprentice – especially in manufacturing.

While manufacturing is experiencing a significant talent shortage, veterans offer companies a substantial pool of skilled candidates to fill open positions and bring the unique skillset companies need.

“Veterans are a strong talent source for companies who are struggling to fill open positions with highly skilled talent,” said Virginia Rounds, Director of the ICATT Apprenticeship Program. “Veterans innately comprehend many of the skills these companies need to keep pace with the current economy and sustain business growth.”

ICATT’s white paper, Developing a Successful Apprenticeship Program for Veterans , addresses how to successfully remove the communication gap to allow them to immediately become valuable to any company.

The ICATT Apprenticeship Program is a GI Bill-approved program that helps companies implement a long-term workforce development strategy, including providing tools for the structure that veterans crave. Click here to download your copy.

To learn more about the ICATT Apprenticeship Program, visit our website.